New York Guidebook

Empire State Building Observatory

Tips for visiting the Empire State Building

  • Per CDC guidelines, the Empire State Building Observatory requires all guests ages 2 and up to wear facial coverings.
  • The Empire State Building has free WiFi throughout, so you can share your experience as you explore.
  • When it comes to dining, drinks and snacks, there are several options. Take your pick from the STATE Grill and Bar, Tacombi and Starbucks Reserve.
  • Signage is available in nine languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin.
  • You can watch the Empire State on a live earthcam view.
  • The Empire State Building is fully ADA compliant. There are handicapped restrooms on the 86th-floor observatory along with ramps, lowered viewing walls and binoculars. Motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs are permitted.

For more information visit the Empire State Building's website.

Getting in: on arrival, please present your reservation confirmation, then proceed inside for entry. Scan your pass at the turnstile after security. That's it, you're in! Enjoy the view. 

Please note: passes cannot be used to book sunset time slots. For the best experience we recommend visiting 2 hours after opening time.

Hours of Operation

Hours of operation vary by day. The last entrance is always 45 minutes prior to closing.

Please visit this page of the Empire State Building's website to view the current operating schedule.

Closings & Holidays

On 4th July closing is at 7PM, last entry at 6PM.

Reservations required

Book your visit through the Go City reservation portal. Remember that your pass must be valid at the time of your reservation.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible! You can book up to 10 days in advance of your visit. For the best experience we recommend visiting 2 hours after opening time.

Website

https://reservations.gocity.com/attraction/5fe7d1d5-6df7-4024-a05f-3b839e88bbd0

Getting there

Address

20 West 34th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenue)

New York, 10118

US

Edge

FAQs

Q. Are there any age restrictions for visiting Edge in Hudson Yards?
A. There are no specific age restrictions for visiting Edge in Hudson Yards. However, children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Q. Is Edge NYC Hudson Yards wheelchair accessible?
A. Yes, Edge NYC Hudson Yards in Manhattan is fully wheelchair accessible. Ramps and elevators are available to ensure a comfortable experience for visitors with mobility impairments.

Q. Are there dining options at Edge Hudson Yards?
A. Yes, there is a selection of dining options available at Edge NYC Hudson Yards. Visitors can enjoy the Skyline Bar, which offers a variety of refreshments and light fare, or dine at Peak, the on-site restaurant located on the 101st floor.

Q. What safety measures are in place at Edge NYC Hudson Yards?
A. The safety of visitors is a top priority at Edge. The structure is designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and features a secure glass floor and railing system. Additionally, security personnel are present to ensure a safe environment for all guests.

For more information, see the Edge website or call (332) 204-8500.

Getting in
Visit any kiosk outside the Edge entrance to reserve your entry in the next available time slot. When it's time to enter, simply scan your pass at the turnstile and proceed through a security screening.

Pass perk

New York Pass customers can add on a City Climb for an exclusive upgrade fee! Experience the highest open-air building ascent in the world. Scale the outside of a skyscraper more than 1,200 feet above the ground, then lean out and look down from the highest outdoor platform in New York City. You can add this adventure on to your Edge trip for $99 plus tax. Upgrade onsite or call (332) 204-850 to schedule your climb in advance.

Hours of Operation

Exclusive opening hours for passholders:

Jun 1 – Jun 27: 8AM – 10PM
Jun 28 – Jul 3: 8AM – 11PM
Jul 4: 8AM – 5PM
Jul 5 – Sep 2: 8AM – 11PM
Sep 3 – Nov 27: 9AM – 9PM
Nov 28 – Dec 1: 8AM – 10PM
Dec 2 – 12: 9AM – 9PM
Dec 13 – 30: 8AM – 11PM

Last entry is 50 minutes before closing time.

Hours are subject to change during certain periods. Visit Edge's website for the most up-to-date schedule.

Closings & Holidays

June 25
July 4

Getting there

Address

30 Hudson Yards,

New York, 10001

US

Top of the Rock™ Observation Deck

Tips for visiting the Top of the Rock Observation Deck

  • Top of the Rock and the Rockefeller Center Tours are fully wheelchair accessible. There are handicapped restrooms at Top of The Rock. Licensed service dogs are welcome.

  • Food and drinks are not permitted but there are plenty of dining options available at Rockefeller Center. Take your pick from a number ofdining options in Rockefeller Center including Lodi, Del Frisco’s Grille, Bill’s Bar & Burger, Dough, Chip City, and FuKu.

  • Be sure you leave time to shop in Rockefeller Center at iconic stores including FAO Schwarz, Nintendo, Kate Spade, NBC Store, LEGO, Mulberry, Cole Haan, and Michael Kors.

  • Download the Top of the Rock App before your trip. It acts as a skyline guide and as an audio tour.

FAQS

Q. What is the Top of the Rock?
A. The Top of the Rock Observation Deck, located on the top three floors of Rockefeller Center in New York City, gives visitors breathtaking 360-degree views of the city skyline and beyond.

Q. How high is the Top of the Rock?
A. Standing at 850 feet, the Top of the Rock Observation Deck offers some of the best panoramic views in all of Manhattan.

Q. How long does a visit to Top of the Rock last?
A: The average length for a visit to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck in NYC is about two hours, though you can stay as long as you would like!

Q. Are there other attractions associated with Top of the Rock?
A: Yes! You can check out multiple shops and restaurants located within 30 Rockefeller Plaza, including NBC Studios and Radio City Music Hall — both located just steps away from The Rainbow Room restaurant, offering three different levels with spectacular views!

Q. Are there any age restrictions on visiting Top of The Rock?
A: There are no age restrictions to enter; however all guests 16 years old or younger must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older with valid ID at all times during their visit at Rockefeller Center's observation deck.

Getting in: use the Rockefeller Center entrance on 50th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues) and go down the staircase to enter the pass redemption line. Present your valid pass for admission in the next available time slot. During busy periods like summer and the holidays, we recommend arriving between 9AM and 3PM for the shortest wait times. To enter Top of the Rock, proceed upstairs and through a security screening.

Time to kill before your admission slot? Why not get a few more things ticked off nearby while you wait! We recommend exploring the iconic FAO Schwarz toy store, St. Patrick's Cathedral, or the many Rockefeller Center shops and eateries.

Group tours: if you are traveling with a tour group, please send a tour group leader to exchange all passes for timed admission tickets between 10AM and 11AM on the day you plan to visit the observatory. Tour groups that arrive after 11AM without timed admission tickets may be turned away.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 9AM – 11PM, Last entrance is at 10:10PM

For the most up-to-date opening hours, we recommend checking the Top of the Rock Observatory website.

Getting there

Address

30 Rockefeller Plaza. The main entrance is on 50th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues.

New York, 10112

US

American Museum of Natural History

Tips for visiting the American Museum of Natural History

  • The Natural History Museum New York is fully accessible.
  • Consult the map of the museum to plan which exhibitions to see.
  • Plan to spend around 2 hours 30 minutes at the Museum of Natural History, but reserve an extra hour if you intend to see a special exhibition.
  • The museum doesn’t allow food and drink, except for water bottles.
  • Leave large bags behind at the hotel or you will have to leave them at Coat Check for an additional $2 charge per item.

For more information, visit the official American Museum of Natural History website.

FAQs

Q. What are the highlights of the American Museum of Natural History?
A. The museum features a vast collection of exhibits, including the Rose Center for Earth and Space, the Hayden Planetarium, the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, the Hall of Human Origins, and the Hall of Dinosaurs, among many others. Some of the standout displays include the blue whale model, the T-Rex skeleton, and the Willamette Meteorite.

Q. Are guided tours available at the American Museum of Natural History?
A. Yes, guided tours are available for both individuals and groups. The museum offers a variety of themed tours led by knowledgeable guides. Some popular options include the Highlights Tour, the Night at the Museum Tour, and the Dino Tour. For more information, visit the museum's website or inquire at the information desk upon arrival.

Q. Can I bring my own food and drinks into the museum?
A. No, outside food and drinks are not allowed in the museum. However, there are several dining options available on-site, including the Museum Food Court, the Café on One, and the Café on Four. These eateries offer a variety of meals, snacks, and beverages to suit different tastes and dietary needs.

Q. Are there any special events or programs offered at the American Museum of Natural History?
A. Yes, the museum hosts a variety of special events and programs throughout the year. These include lectures, workshops, film screenings, and special exhibitions. Additionally, the museum offers educational programs and resources for families, students, and teachers. For a schedule of upcoming events and programs, visit the museum's website or check their social media channels.

Q. Is the American Museum of Natural History wheelchair accessible?
A. Yes, the museum is committed to providing a comfortable and accessible experience for all visitors. All public floors, exhibits, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible, and there are elevators and ramps available. The museum also offers wheelchairs for visitors to borrow on a first-come, first-served basis at the entrance.

Q. How do I get to the American Museum of Natural History using public transportation?
A. The museum is easily accessible by public transportation. You can take the subway, bus, or even a commuter train. For subway access, take the B (weekdays only) or C trains to the 81st Street-Museum of Natural History station. Alternatively, you can take the 1 train to the 79th Street station and walk a few blocks west. Several bus routes also stop near the museum, including the M79 crosstown bus and the M7, M10, and M11 buses. For detailed directions, visit the museum's website or use a transit planning app.

Q. What is the Pay What You Wish policy for local residents?
A. If you are a resident of New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, the amount you pay for General Admission to the Museum is up to you and includes access to more than 40 permanent exhibition halls, the Rose Center for Earth and Space, and the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation. Please note that General Admission does not include ticketed exhibitions, the butterfly vivarium, the giant-screen film, and Hayden Planetarium Space Show.

Getting in: please present your valid pass for scanning to receive entrance at either of these two locations:

  1. Rose Center entrance (81st St between Central Park West and Columbus Ave) and proceed downstairs to the Will Call window (Insider tip: this location often has shorter lines)
  2. Main entrance (79th St at Central Park West) and proceed to the vouchers desk

Optional extras: your pass entitles you to free general admission only. If you would like to upgrade your admission ticket to include a temporary exhibit, IMAX or 3D film, OR a Hayden Planetarium Space Show, you may do so for an additional fee directly at the museum.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10AM – 5:30PM

Closings & Holidays

Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

Reservations required

Please visit the website to select your date and time for the American Museum of Natural History. At the bottom of the page, click the dedicated link for passholders. You must present your valid pass for scanning to receive entrance.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://ticketing.amnh.org/#/tickets

Getting there

Address

Central Park West at 79th Street

New York, 10024

US

One World Observatory

In light of COVID-19, please read the safety advice on One World Observatory's website ahead of your visit. 

FAQs

Q. What is One World Observatory?
A. One World Observatory is a 3-story destination located at the top of the western hemisphere's tallest building, One World Trade Center. It offers visitors an unparalleled view of New York City and beyond.

Q. How do I get to One World Observatory?
A. You can get to One World Observatory by taking a Sky Pod elevator from the ground floor of One World Trade Center to the 102nd floor in just 47 seconds!

Q. What can I do at One World Observatory?
A. At One World Observatory, you can explore interactive exhibits that tell the story of New York City, enjoy 360-degree views from the highest observation deck in NYC, and even dine at ONE Dine restaurant for an unforgettable experience!

Q. Are there any discount tickets available for visiting One World Observatory?
A. Yes! Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more people, seniors (ages 65+), active military personnel, students with valid IDs, and children ages 6-12 years old when tickets are purchased online in advance. Entry is also included with The New York Pass®, which gives you access to 100+ of NYC's top attractions.

Q. Is there anything else I should know before visiting the New York One World Observatory?
A. Yes! To ensure your safety and comfort during your visit, all guests must go through security screening before entering the observatory. Bags may be subject to search upon entry and throughout your visit. Additionally, please note that strollers are not permitted inside the observatory due to space limitations on the elevators and observation decks.

Getting your ticket: visit any kiosk to scan your pass and reserve your entry in the next available time slot. Save the the printed ticket! When it's time to enter, simply present the ticket and proceed through a security screening.

Time to kill before your admission slot? Why not get a few more things ticked off nearby while you wait! We recommend shopping and dining around the Oculus; a walk around Battery Park; a stroll down Wall Street; or the free Staten Island Ferry for views of the Statue of Liberty from the water.

 

Hours of Operation

Daily: 9AM - 9PM

Note: One World Observatory's onsite restaurant, One Dine, is open from 12PM - 9PM. The last seating is 30 minutes prior to close.

Hours are subject to change, for the most up-to-date schedule visit the attraction's website. 

Plan Your Visit to One World Observatory NYC

One World Observatory is open daily and is accessible by subway, bus, car, and waterway.

Getting there

Address

117 West Street

New York, 10007

US

Statue of Liberty Ferry and Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Tips for visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

  • A limited number of wheelchairs are available on both Liberty and Ellis Island for no fee, but on a first-come, first-served basis. You will need an ID to use as a deposit.
  • Guide dogs are welcome. 
  • The buildings and grounds on Liberty Island are ADA compliant. 
  • You are allowed to bring your own food and drinks to both the islands but it must be sealed. Food and drinks are not allowed in the pedestal or crown areas. 
  • There are dining options on both islands.

For more information visit the Statue cruises website.

Getting in

Present your pass at the 'reserve ticket' entrance at your chosen depature point (remember that your pass must be valid when scanned at the time of your visit). Proceed through the security screening facility before boarding the ferry.

Please note

Access to the pedestal and crown of the Statue of Liberty is not included with your pass. If you wish to add access to those parts of the statue, you will need book 'Crown Reserve' and/or 'Pedestal Reserve' tickets independently, and make reservations as soon as possible as space is limited and tours often sell out months in advance.

Children under four years old are admitted for free.

Hours of Operation

Please check the Statue City Cruises' website for the most up-to-date ferry schedule.

 

Closings & Holidays

The Statue of Liberty is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Reservations required

 

Book your spot online using the correct link for your pass type:

New York Pass

All-Inclusive Pass

Explorer Pass

Choose from two departure points: New York or New Jersey.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.cityexperiences.com/new-york/city-cruises/gocity-new-york-explorer/redeem/

Getting there

Address

Castle Clinton at Battery Park (Lower Manhattan) OR Liberty State Park

New York, 10004

US

Big Bus 1-Day Downtown & Uptown Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Tips for taking the Big Bus Tour

  • Download the free Big Bus Tours mobile app and get access to all the New York landmarks, routes and bus times right in your pocket. Plan which stops to hop on and off at to see all the landmarks, museums and attractions you want to visit with its customizable map feature. Plus, it includes fascinating facts about the city’s top sites.
  • Big Bus buses are fully wheelchair accessible. Please note, customers with mobility issues may not be able to access the upper deck.
  • Both the Uptown and Downtown routes last approximately 90 minutes.

For more information visit the Big Bus Tours website.

FAQs

Q. What is a hop-on hop-off bus tour?
A: Hop-on hop-off bus tours in NYC are the most convenient and efficient way to sightsee in the city. With a designated route, you can hop on and hop off at any of the stops throughout the day, allowing you to customize your itinerary and explore the sights and attractions at your own pace.

Q. Which is the most popular company for hop-on hop-off bus tours in NYC?
A: Several companies offer hop-on and hop-off tours, but the most popular is Big Bus Tours. They offer a variety of tour options, including downtown loop, uptown loop, and Brooklyn tours, with multilingual narration and knowledgeable guides.

Q. Are hop-on hop-off bus tours in NYC wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, most hop-on hop-off buses in NYC are wheelchair accessible. However, it is recommended that you request special accommodations from the tour operator ahead of time.

Q. What sceneries can I expect to see on hop-on hop-off bus tours in NYC?
A: Hop-on hop-off bus tours in NYC offer a variety of scenic routes showcasing the city’s famous landmarks including the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Wall Street, SoHo, the Brooklyn Bridge, and many more. Have your camera ready to capture the iconic views of New York City from a comfortable vantage point on the bus.

Getting in: guests must visit a Big Bus agent in front of the M&M Store in Times Square to redeem your pass. 

 

Hours of Operation

Downtown Loop
Starting location: Times Square M&M Store
Departs: 9AM – 5PM, every 10 - 15 minutes

Uptown Loop
Starting location: Times Square M&M Store
Departs: 10:00AM – 5PM, every 30 minutes

Tip: this attraction is less busy in the afternoons.

We recommend checking directly with Big Bus for the most up-to-date opening hours.

Closings & Holidays

Thanksgiving Day and New Year’s Eve

Getting there

Address

Times Square M&M Store - 7th Ave & W 48th St

New York, 10036

US

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Tips for visiting MoMA NYC

  • The morning is the most crowded time to visit. We suggest visiting during an alternate time.
  • MoMA is accessible and wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are free of charge.
  • Our checkroom is currently closed. Scooters, skateboards, rolling bags, and all items over 11×17×5” [28×43×13 cm] are not permitted in the Museum. All bags will be inspected upon arrival. Please wear backpacks on the front of your chest or carry them to the side.
  • Photography is permitted, but video is not. 
  • There are dining opportunities within the museum including The Modern restaurant, Café 2, and The Terrace Cafe.
  • Connect to MoMA NYC's free WiFi and get access to the museum's digital map and audio guides. Charging stations are also provided throughout the Museum.
  • Join artists, curators, and creative thinkers for conversations and workshops in the Crown Creativity Lab, MoMA's new participatory space on Floor 2; or visit the family-friendly Art Lab.

For more information visit the MoMA website. There are also many things to do while in New York, so make sure you experience as much as possible.

MOMA NYC Tour tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 


FAQs

Q. What is the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)?
A. The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is one of the world’s largest and most influential modern art museums, located in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. MOMA houses an impressive collection of artwork from the mid-19th century to the present day, including classics such as Monet, van Gogh and Picasso.

Q. Where is MOMA located?
A. The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is located at 11 West 53rd Street between 5th & 6th Avenues in Midtown Manhattan.

Q. When is MOMA open?
A. The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is open seven days a week from 10:30am to 5:30pm, Thursdays until 8pm, and closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day..

Q. How much are tickets to MOMA?
A. General admission tickets start at $25 for adults, and include access to galleries and exhibitions as well as audio guides available in both English and Spanish languages. You can also get access to MOMA and 100+ NYC attractions with The New York Pass®.

Q Can I take photos inside the museum?
A. Yes! All visitors are allowed to take photos inside the museum except for certain restricted areas designated by staff or security guards throughout the premises – please do not hesitate to ask if you’re unsure where photography is allowed or not permitted!

Q What else can I do while visiting MOMA?
A. Aside from admiring amazing artwork collections on display, visitors can also enjoy shopping at various bookstores or gift shops that are found throughout the museum or participate in various educational tours held by expert docents!

 

Getting in: once you arrive at the Museum, proceed through a security inspection. Scan your pass at any kiosk on the left side of the lobby to receive a printed ticket. Show your printed tickets at the gallery entrance for admission.

Please note: Children ages 16 and under receive free general admission.

Hours of Operation

Sunday - Friday: 10:30AM - 5:30PM 

Saturday: 10:30AM - 7PM

 

Closings & Holidays

Closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.

We recommend checking MoMA's website for current opening hours.

Getting there

Address

11 West 53rd Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)

New York, 10019

US

9/11 Memorial & Museum

Tips for visiting the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

  • Give yourself two hours to experience every exhibit at the museum.
  • Food and drinks are not permitted inside the museum but there is a café inside the Museum Pavilion. 
  • The historical exhibition may not be suitable for children under the age of 10.
  • A limited amount of wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis for no fee.

For more information visit the 9/11 memorial website.

Getting your ticket

On the plaza between the Memorial and Museum, enter the box office line to redeem your pass for an admission time slot. During busy periods like summer and the holidays, we recommend visiting as early in the day as possible.

Time to kill before your admission slot? 
Why not get a few more things ticked off nearby while you wait! We recommend shopping and dining around the Oculus; a walk around Battery Park; a stroll down Wall Street; or the free Staten Island Ferry for views of the Statue of Liberty from the water.

Please note

Your pass includes general admission to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum. Guided tours are available for an additional fee payable directly to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.

Downloadable audio guides are available for an additional fee.

Hours of Operation

In June and July, the Museum is open daily: 9AM - 7PM 
Please note: the box office closes at 5PM on Mondays and 5:30PM from Wednesday to Sunday.

The Memorial is open daily: 8AM - 8PM. 

Hours are subject to change. We recommend checking the museum’s website for the most up-to-date schedule.

Closings & Holidays

The museum is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. It is also closed to the general public on September 11.

Getting there

Address

180 Greenwich St. World Trade Center

New York, 10007

US

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Tips for visiting the Guggenheim Museum New York

  • Check out the current exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum before you visit as some require an additional ticket purchase.
  • Visiting on a Monday morning is recommended – when most other NYC museums are closed.
  • 'Pay What You Wish' hours are Monday and Saturday, 4PM – 5:30PM. The museum can get very busy during these hours so plan accordingly! 
  • Download the Guggenheim's Digital Guide to gain access to audio guides and exhibition texts, as well as information about the permanent collection and the Frank Lloyd Wright building in multiple languages.

Guggenheim Museum visitor information 

  • Children under 12 receive free general admission with a paying adult. Therefore, child cards do not need to be scanned for entry.
  • A few times throughout the year, the Guggenheim Museum welcomes new exhibits and must close certain areas to the general public for installation. The amount of artwork on display is diminished during these times.
  • We encourage you to check the website for installation dates.

FAQs

Q. Can I take photographs inside the Guggenheim Museum?
A. Photography for personal use is permitted in select areas, but the use of flash, tripods, or selfie sticks is prohibited.

Q. Are there any special facilities for visitors with disabilities?
A. The Guggenheim Museum offers accessible entrances, elevators, and restrooms for visitors with disabilities, as well as complimentary wheelchairs and assistive listening devices. Check the Guggenheim's website for more information on accesibility

Q. Is there a gift shop on the premises?
A. Yes, the Guggenheim Museum has a gift shop where you can purchase exhibition-related merchandise, books, art prints, and souvenirs.

Q. Are there dining options available at the museum?
A. Yes, Café Rebay serves pastries and chocolate, sandwiches and salads as well as plenty of drinks ranging from coffee to wine.

For more information visit the Guggenheim website.

Getting in

Join the Pass Holder line outside and then present your pass to the ticketing team for redemption and entry.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10:30AM - 5:30PM 

Last ticket is issued 30 minutes before closing.

'Pay What You Wish' hours are Monday and Saturday, 4PM  – 5:30PM. The museum gets very busy during these hours so plan accordingly. 

Closings & Holidays

Closed: April 2, November 28, December 25.

Closing early: May 21 at 4:30PM and Decebmer 24 at 4PM.

Open, but spiral ramp is closed to visitors: April 8 – May 16 and Sep 29 – Nov 7
(On these dates, views of the oculus may not be possible.)

Getting there

Address

1071 5th Avenue at 89th Street,

New York, 10128

US

Intrepid Museum

Getting in 

Present your New York Pass at the admissions counter for entry.

Please note: when the museum is at capacity, you'll be offered entry in the next available time slot. 

FAQs

Q. Can visitors go aboard the Intrepid Museum's aircraft carrier?
A. Yes, visitors to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum can go aboard the museum's historic aircraft carrier, the USS Intrepid.

Q. Is the Intrepid Museum accessible to visitors with disabilities?
A. Yes, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities, with wheelchair ramps and elevators throughout the museum.

Q. Can visitors bring food and drinks into the Intrepid Museum?
A. No, outside food and drinks are not permitted inside the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. However, there are several dining options available within the museum.

Tips for Intrepid Museum

  • The Aviator Grill is open to the public and museum visitors for breakfast and lunch. Offering burgers, fresh bread, salads, custom pizzas, and more; This family-friendly restaurant is located on the second level of the Museum’s Welcome Center.
  • For an additional cost, you can get exclusive overnight access to the ship and Space Shuttle Pavilion. You'll sleep among the aircraft, just like enlisted sailors once did.

For more information visit the Intrepid Museum website.

Hours of Operation

April 1 - September 30

Monday - Friday: 10AM - 5PM (last entrance 4PM)
Saturday - Sunday: 10AM - 6PM (last entrance 5PM)

October 1 - March 31

Daily: 10AM - 5PM (last entrance 4PM)

Hours are subject to change. For the most up-to-date opening hours and temporary closures, we recommend checking the Intrepid Museum website.

 

Closings & Holidays

Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Getting there

Address

Pier 86, One Intrepid Square, W 46th Street and 12th Avenue,

New York, 10036

US

Central Park Bike Rental by Unlimited Biking

For more information visit the Central Park Bike Rental by Unlimited Biking website.

Getting in: Present your pass at the ticket counter. Bike Rentals are on a first-come-first-served basis. Guests are required to bring an ID and credit card. No hold will be placed on the credit card.

Please Note: 

  • All rentals include a free map, helmet, lock, and bike bag.
  • As a bonus, enjoy complimentary bike drop-offs at either of Unlimited Biking's two locations (a $5 value).
  • Tandems are available for two passholders to ride together subject to availability. 
  • You'll get a free audio guide app included with your bike rental.

Hours of Operation

November - March:  9AM - 5PM

April - October: 9AM - 7PM

Getting there

Address

56 West 56th St (between 5th and 6th Avenues)

New York, 10019

US

Madame Tussauds Admission + MARVEL Universe 4D

Tips for visiting Madame Tussauds New York

  • Leave any large bags or luggage at your hotel as they are not permitted at Madame Tussauds. Small bags are permitted and may be subject to inspection upon entry.
  • Give yourself at least an hour and a half to ensure you see everything on display.
  • A limited number of wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis, for no fee.
  • Food and drink from outside are not permitted, but there is an option to buy food and drinks inside.

FAQs

Q. What is Madame Tussauds New York?
A. Madame Tussauds New York is a wax museum in the heart of Times Square. It features incredibly lifelike, interactive wax figures of famous celebrities, historical figures and more.

Q. Where is Madame Tussauds New York located?
A. Madame Tussauds New York is located at 234 West 42nd Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue in Times Square.

Q. Can I take photos inside the museum?
A. Yes! All visitors are allowed to take photos and videos inside the museum, however there are some restrictions in certain areas like the Marvel 4D theater where photography or videos are not allowed due to copyright laws and safety restrictions in place during the show performances.

Q What else can I do while visiting Madame Tussauds?
A. There’s plenty to do besides admiring wax figures at Madame Tussauds! The museum offers interactive experiences such as a live-action movie stunt show and a virtual reality ghost hunt ride hosted by Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure; a special Marvel Super Heroes exhibit featuring 3D fun rides; as well as themed drink specials at select bars throughout the museum grounds!

For more information visit the Madame Tussauds website.

Getting in
Show your pass at the admissions desk for entry. Your pass includes Madame Tussauds General Admission plus MARVEL Universe 4D Movie.

Pass perk

With your pass you'll get free access to the Clow Chaos 7D experience until August 31.

Dive into the Clown Chaos 7D experience at Madame Tussauds New York, where you’ll be thrust into a wild carnival adventure, firing lasers at enemy clowns in a motion simulator ride. Encounter creepy carnival barkers, giant porcelain heads, and possessed hammer minions in a decrepit Coney Island amusement park as you compete against friends and family in this multi-sensory, interactive thrill ride.

Hours of Operation

Madame Tussauds is open every day but hours vary.

Please check the Madame Tussauds New York website for a full calendar of hours including the last entry time.

 

Closings & Holidays

Open 365 days a year. This attraction may occasionally close early due to special events.

Getting there

Address

234 West 42nd Street(between 7th/ 8th Avenues

New York, 10036

US

Central Park Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking

FAQs

Q. What is the Central Park Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking?
A. The Central Park Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking is a guided bike tour that takes you through the beautiful and iconic Central Park in New York City. You will be accompanied by a knowledgeable guide who will provide interesting facts and history about the park and its landmarks.

Q. How long is the Central Park Bike Tour?
A. The Central Park Bike Tour lasts approximately 2 hours. However, the duration may vary slightly depending on the group's speed and the stops made along the way.

Q. Is the Central Park Bike Tour suitable for all ages and fitness levels?
A. Yes, the Central Park Bike Tour is designed for all ages and fitness levels. The route is relatively flat, and the pace is leisurely. Plus, our bikes are easy to use and comfortable.

Q. Do I need to bring my own bike for the Central Park Bike Tour?
A. No, you don't need to bring your own bike. We provide all the necessary equipment, including a bike, helmet, and lock. However, if you prefer to use your own bike, you're welcome to bring it.

Q. Can I take photos during the Central Park Bike Tour?
A. Yes, you're welcome to take photos during the Central Park Bike Tour. In fact, we encourage it! There will be plenty of opportunities to capture some amazing shots of the park and its landmarks.

Q. What happens if it rains during the Central Park Bike Tour?
A. The Central Park Bike Tour runs rain or shine. In the event of rain, we suggest you bring a rain poncho to keep you dry. 

Getting in

There's no need to make a reservation, just show your pass at the ticket counter. Bike tours are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please come in as early as 8:30AM to schedule for the next available same-day tour.

Once tours reach capacity, bike rentals are available as an alternative. You'll need to bring one government-issued photo ID to be retained as a deposit for all rentals and a credit card to be kept on file for the security of the bikes.

For questions or concerns, please contact [email protected]

For more information visit the Central Park Bike Rental website or the Central Park Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking website.

Hours of Operation

English

November - March:
Daily: 10AM 

April - October: 
Daily: 10AM, 1PM and 4PM


Dutch, French and Spanish
Daily:
10AM 

Getting there

Address

56 W 56th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues),

New York, 10019

US

RiseNY

For more information, visit the RiseNY website.

Getting in: show your pass for scanning at the admissions desk.

Hours of Operation

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday:  10AM-6PM

Friday and Saturday: 10AM-8PM

Getting there

Address

60 West 45th Street

New York, 10036

US

New York Yankees Game Tickets

For more information visit the Yankee Stadium website.

Getting in

Tickets are given on a first-come first-served basis in the Grandstand level. Visit the Box Office at Yankee Stadium one hour before first pitch to scan your pass for a seat in the best available row. Be sure to check the Hours of Operation in advance to avoid sold-out games.

Hours of Operation

You can use your pass to watch the Yankees on any of the below 2024 home game dates: 

June: 21, 22
July: 2, 3, 4, 19, 20, 21, 22
August: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31
September: 1, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29

Game times vary by date. Please check the live 2024 schedule here to confirm. 

Closings & Holidays

Please note: pass redemption is subject to blackout dates and some games sell out in advance. Passes may not be redeemed on the following dates:

June: 18, 19, 20, 23
July: 5, 6, 7, 23, 24
September: 13, 14

Getting there

Address

1 East 161st Street

Bronx

New York, 10451

US

Madison Square Garden Tour Experience

For more information visit the MSG website.

Getting in

Please present your pass at the tour desk in Chase Square and you will be given a ticket for the next available timeslot. You can request a specific time that day, but this is not guaranteed and is dependent on availability. For the best availability we reccommend arriving to book your slot in the first hour of operations.

Madison Square Garden visitor information

  • Tours are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Arrive 10-15 minutes ahead of your tour time.
  • Tour times are limited during sports games.
  • The tour schedule is subject to change. Please visit the Madison Square Garden Tours website for a list of closures.
  • Tour content is subject to change. Limited availability to Knicks and Ranger's locker rooms.
  • Children under the age of five go for free.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10:30AM to 2PM 

March 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 23, 27, 28 – no tours
March 12, 25 the tour runs from 12:15-3:00 pm due to Knicks games

 

Closings & Holidays

The tour schedule is subject to change without notice. 

Please note that during Knicks home games, tours run from 12:15PM to 3PM. Visit the Madison Square Garden official website for the most up-to-date tour schedule, modifications, and closures.

Getting there

Address

7th Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets

New York, 10121

US

Rockefeller Center Tour

FAQs

Q. What is Rockefeller Center?
A. Rockefeller Center is a large complex of commercial buildings and tourist attractions in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It was built by John D. Rockefeller Jr. in the 1930s and is now a National Historic Landmark.

Q. What are some of the popular attractions at Rockefeller Center?
A. Some of the popular attractions at Rockefeller Center include the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, the Radio City Music Hall, the NBC Studios, and the famous Christmas tree and ice skating rink during the holiday season.

Q. How long does a typical Rockefeller Center tour take?
A. A typical Rockefeller Center tour takes about 75-90 minutes, but the duration can vary depending on the specific tour package and the interests of the group.

Q. Can I take photos during the Rockefeller Center tour?
A. Yes, photography is generally allowed during the Rockefeller Center tour. However, there may be certain areas where photography is not permitted, so it's best to check with your tour guide beforehand.

Q. Is the Rockefeller Center accessible for people with disabilities?
A. Yes, Rockefeller Center is accessible for people with disabilities. The buildings and attractions are equipped with ramps, elevators, and other accommodations to make the tour accessible for all visitors.

Q. Are food and beverages available during the Rockefeller Center tour?
A. Food and beverages are not typically included in the Rockefeller Center tour package, but there are many restaurants and cafes in the area where visitors can grab a bite to eat before or after the tour.

Getting in: use the entrance on 50th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues). Proceed down the staircase to enter the Express Line and present your pass for entry.

Please note: the tour is available in English only and is not recommended for children under 12. Children under 6 years old do not require a ticket for entry.

Capacity is limited to 10 guests per tour and tours are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

Hours of Operation

Tours depart throughout the day and the schedule varies slightly by season.

Please visit the Rockefeller Center Tour's website to view the current tour departure schedule.

 

Getting there

Address

30 Rockefeller Plaza Top of the Rock entrance is at 50th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues,

New York, 10112

US

THE RIDE

For more information, visit The RIDE website.

Getting in

The RIDE departs from 259 West 42nd Street (42nd Street & 8th Avenue) in front of Five Guys Burger Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan. Present your pass to The RIDE staff who are wearing bright orange. Your pass must be valid on the day of the tour.

Please note

  • You MUST be at The RIDE boarding location 15 minutes prior to your pre-booked departure time.
  • If you miss The RIDE, we are unable to move, exchange, or refund your order.
  • The RIDE is a family-friendly entertainment experience; however, children under the age of 6 are not allowed.

Plans changed?
No Problem! You can also view and amend your time slot in the 'My Bookings' section of the Reservation Portal. Cancellations or amendments must be made at least 1 hour before the scheduled booking.

 

Hours of Operation

Tour hours: for the full schedule of operation for THE RIDE, visit their website here.

Closings & Holidays

Tours will be canceled for severe weather or mechanical issues.

Reservations required

Book your visit on the Go City Reservation Portal. You'll need your order number and the email address you booked with to make a reservation. Remember that your pass must be valid at the time of your visit.

Children under the age of 6 are not allowed.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees,' please reserve your spot as soon as possible! You can book up to 10 days in advance of your visit.

Plans changed?
No Problem! You can also view and amend your time slot in the 'My Bookings' section of the Reservation Portal. Cancellations or amendments must be made at least 1 hour before the scheduled booking.

If you fail to cancel or amend your booking within the cancellation period, your pass will be ineligible for a refund or rebooking.

Website

https://reservations.gocity.com/attraction/ebd0c0cc-3c6b-4599-a8e0-d58edb4f9148

Getting there

Address

Departs from 259 West 42nd Street near 8th Avenue. Please refer to your booking confirmation for exact location.

New York, 10036

US

The Museum of Broadway

For more information, visit The Museum of Broadway website.

 

Getting in

Head to the ticketing desk at the back of the Merchandise Store on the ground floor and present your pass. You’ll be given a ticket to enter the museum and then you’re good to go.

 

Hours of Operation

Monday – Wednesday: 9:30AM – 2:30PM

Thursday, Friday, Sunday: 9:30AM – 6:30PM

Saturday: 9:30AM – 6:30PM (Last entry: 5PM)

Closings & Holidays

May 6, 13, 14, 21 and 24: 9:30AM – 2:30PM 
Last entry 1PM

Getting there

Address

145 West 45th Street

Ground Floor

New York, 10036

United States

See 30+ Top New York Sights Walking Tour

For more information, visit the walking tour's website

 

 

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10AM, 1PM and 3PM

Duration: 5 hours

Reservations required

Book your tour in advance by clicking on this link and confirming your place on the tour

You will need the following when completing the tour :

  • Your order number and 12-digit pass number (which can be found under the QR code) of all the people in your group
  • Requested tour name
  • Requested date and time

You will then receive an email to confirm your place on the tour

If you have any queries or questions please email the Top Sights Team on hello@topsightstourgroup.com

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.londontopsightstours.com/go-city/see-30-top-new-york-sights/

Getting there

Address

26 Wall Street

New York, 10005

US

Museum of Sex

For more information, visit the Museum of Sex website.

Museum of Sex tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 


FAQs

Q. What is the Sex Museum NYC?
A. The Sex Museum NYC is a museum dedicated to exploring the history, evolution, and cultural significance of human sexuality through a collection of art, artifacts, and interactive exhibits.

Q. What can visitors expect to see at the Sex Museum NYC?
A. Visitors to the Sex Museum NYC can expect to see a wide range of exhibits and displays related to sexuality, including vintage pornography, sex toys, erotic art, and more. There are also interactive exhibits that allow visitors to learn about various sexual practices and customs from around the world.

Q. Is the Sex Museum NYC appropriate for children?
A. No, the Sex Museum NYC is not appropriate for children. The exhibits and displays are all related to adult themes and contain explicit content that may not be suitable for younger audiences.

Q. Can visitors take photographs inside the Sex Museum NYC?
A. Yes, visitors are allowed to take photographs inside the Sex Museum NYC. However, flash photography and video recording are not permitted.

Q. How long does it take to go through the Sex Museum NYC?
A. The amount of time it takes to go through the Sex Museum NYC can vary depending on how thoroughly visitors want to explore the exhibits. However, most people spend between one and two hours inside the museum.

Q. Is the Sex Museum NYC wheelchair accessible?
A. Yes, the Sex Museum NYC is wheelchair accessible. There is an elevator to take visitors to the second floor, and all exhibits are located on one level.

Getting in: present your pass at the admission counter for entry.

Museum of Sex is popular and availability is extremely limited. Weekends typically sell out in advance. Visit on a weekday for the best chance to enter.

Please note: no patrons under the age of 18 are allowed at the museum. This is an adults only attraction. 

Hours of Operation

Monday: 1PM - 10PM (last entry: 8:40PM)
Tuesday: 1PM - 10PM(last entry: 8:40PM)
Thursday: 1PM - 10PM (last entry: 8:40PM)
Friday: 1PM - 12AM (last entry: 10:00PM)
Saturday: 12PM - 12AM (last entry: 10:00PM)
Sunday: 12PM - 9PM (last entry: 7:40PM)

Hours are subject to change during certain periods. Visit the Museum of Sex website for the most up-to-date schedule.

Closings & Holidays

Closed Wednesdays.

Christmas Eve Dec 24th: last entry 8PM
New Year's Eve Dec 31st: last entry 8PM

Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day: closed

February 14: closed

Getting there

Address

233 Fifth Avenue at 27th Street

New York, 10016

US

Luna Park at Coney Island

For more information, visit the Luna Park at Coney Island website.

Luna Park at Coney Island tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

FAQs

Q. What is Luna Park in Coney Island?
A. Luna Park is an amusement park located in Coney Island, a peninsula in the southern part of Brooklyn, New York. The park opened in 2010 and is named after the original Luna Park which operated from 1903 to 1944. It features various thrill rides, family-friendly attractions, and entertainment options for visitors of all ages.

Q. What are the operating hours for Luna Park in Coney Island?
A. Luna Park's operating hours vary depending on the season and weather conditions. The park is generally open from 11 am to 11 pm or later during the peak summer season. Off-peak hours and weekends may have reduced hours. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, it's best to check their official website or contact them directly.

Q. Are there any age or height restrictions for the rides at Luna Park in Coney Island?
A. Yes, Luna Park has age and height restrictions for many of its rides to ensure the safety of all guests. These restrictions vary by ride, so it's essential to check the specific requirements for each attraction. Information about age and height restrictions can be found on the park's website or at the entrance of each ride.

Q. Can I bring my own food and drinks to Luna Park in Coney Island?
A. No, outside food and drinks are not allowed inside Luna Park. However, the park offers a variety of food and beverage options, including classic amusement park fare like hot dogs, pizza, and cotton candy. Coney Island is also known for its iconic food establishments, such as Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs, which is just a short walk from the park.

Getting in: show your pass at the Guest Services window - it's located to the left of the main entrance. You'll be given a wristband to use in the park.

Please note: offer excludes the Cyclone Roller Coaster, B&B Carousel, Sling Shot, Thunderbolt Roller Coaster, Leti’s Treasure and Tony’s Express.

Hours of Operation

Hours may vary due to special events, maintenance work or poor weather conditions. Visit the Luna Park website for the most up-to-date calendar. 

Closings & Holidays

The park has severe capacity restrictions on Memorial Day (May 31), Mermaid Parade Day (June 18) and Fourth of July and we advise against visiting on these days. 

Getting there

Address

100 Surf Ave (Guest Services window) Brooklyn,

New York, 11224

US

Harlem Gospel Tour by Inside Out Tours

For more information visit the Harlem Gospel Tour website

Harlem Gospel Tour (Sunday Service) tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

Tour departure: in front of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, located at 515 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10037. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before tour departure.

Dress code: out of respect for the congregation hosting this tour, please dress appropriately and refrain from wearing flip-flops, tank tops or shorts.

Hours of Operation

Schedule varies by season and is subject to change. Please check the hours and availability when booking your tour online.

Tours run every Sunday in English, French, and Spanish.

  • English tours depart at 7:45 AM 
  • French tours depart at 7:30 AM 
  • Spanish tours depart at 7:45 AM 

Reservations required

Reservations must be made online at least 48 hours in advance. Your pass number is required to make a reservation. Please be advised, tours have limited capacity.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://insideouttours.com/book-with-pass/

Getting there

Address

Meeting Place: In front of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 515 Malcolm X Blvd,

New York, 10037

US

Perfect Picnic

For more information, visit the Perfect Picnic website.

Getting it: simply present your pass to the cashier.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10AM - 5PM

Closings & Holidays

Closed on: Martin Luther King Junior Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve.

Getting there

Address

405 Central Park West

New York, 10025

US

Harbor Lights Cruise by Circle Line

This cruise is available in Spanish, French and Portuguese via audio translation guides. The app is called "Circle Line Sightseeing" and it is free to download and use, available on iTunes and Google Play stores.

Please bring your own personal earbuds to listen to the audio on your devices. The onboard concessions will have wired headphones available for purchase if needed. You may not listen to the tour on speakerphone mode. 

Tip for taking the Harbor Lights Cruise: Circle Line Sightseeing

Download the free Circle Line Skyline Navigator app before your cruise for the best way to enhance your experience. The app translates your cruise content into any of seven languages. Choose to follow along via GPS or take your time discovering on your own. Get it from the Apple iTunes Store or the Google Play Store​ today.​

For more information visit the Circle Line Sightseeing website.

Getting in: no reservations necessary. Present your pass at any Circle Line ticket window to receive a boarding pass. Upon presentation, a time and date for the cruise must be selected. Please allow yourself at least 45 minutes and up to 90 minutes in advance during the summer as cruises do sell out during busy periods and for ample ticketing and boarding time.

Please note

  • All tours are narrated by professional guides.
  • Food, snacks and beverages are available for purchase on board.
  • No outside food or drink allowed onboard.
  • You can only go on one Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise per day with your New York Pass.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 7PM

Schedules are subject to change without notice. Please visit the Circle Line website for the most up-to-date information. 

Closings & Holidays

Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve

Getting there

Address

Pier 83, West 42nd Street

New York, 10036

US

Radio City Music Hall Tour Experience

Radio City Music Hall visitor information

  • Video cameras, monopods, tripods, selfie sticks, audio recording devices and professional cameras (those including telephoto or zoom lenses) are not be permitted inside Radio City Music Hall.
  • There are also instances when the artist prefers to perform in a phone-free environment.

FAQs

Q. What will I see during the Stage Door Tour?
A. During the Stage Door Tour, you'll get to see the stunning Art Deco interiors, the famous Roxy Suite, the Radio City Rockettes' costume studio, and even the chance to stand on the legendary Great Stage.

Q. Are there any restrictions on the Stage Door Tour?
A. While on the Stage Door Tour, photography and videography are not allowed, but you'll have plenty of opportunities to take pictures in designated areas.

Q. Can I meet any celebrities or performers during the Stage Door Tour?
A. Meeting celebrities or performers is not guaranteed during the Stage Door Tour, as it depends on their availability and schedule, but you might just get lucky!

Q. How long does the Stage Door Tour usually last?
A. The Stage Door Tour typically lasts approximately one hour, giving you ample time to explore the fascinating history and secrets of Radio City Music Hall.

Q. Is the Stage Door Tour suitable for children?
A. Absolutely! The Stage Door Tour is a family-friendly experience that both children and adults can enjoy, offering a glimpse into the magic of one of the world's most famous entertainment venues.

For more information visit the Radio City/MSG website

Getting in

Guests should go to the tour entrance on 51st Street to present their passes.  Please note the pass redemption location and entrance are relocated to the Executive Entrance located on 50th street between 5th and 6th Avenues (closer to 6th) during the Christmas Spectacular season.

Please note

  • Tours are led by an English-speaking tour guide. Follow-along documents are available in six (6) different languages (upon request).
  • There may be limited access to the seating area inside the Music Hall as well as the Hydraulics area when an event is in progress.
  • Tour content is subject to change without notice.
  • Tour is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Children under the age of 5 are free.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10AM - 4PM

Tours are offered on a first come, first serve basis. Tours last approximately 60 minutes. 

Please visit the Radio City Music Hall official website for the most up-to-date tour schedule, modifications, and closures.

Closings & Holidays

Tour schedule is subject to change without notice. Please check website for most up-to-date schedule.

Getting there

Address

1260 Avenue of the Americas (6th Ave) (50th Street entrance)

New York, 10020

US

3 Virtual Reality Experiences

FAQs

Q. What types of experiences are on offer?
A. There are a variety of immersive experiences, including virtual reality escape rooms, multiplayer VR games, and motion simulators. They also have classic escape rooms for those who prefer a more traditional experience.

Q. Are there any age restrictions for participating?
A. Yes, there are age restrictions for certain experiences. Participants must be at least 8 years old for the classic escape rooms, and at least 12 years old for the virtual reality experiences. However, younger children may participate in some experiences if accompanied by an adult.

Q. Are the experiences accessible for individuals with disabilities?
A. Yes! Most of the experiences are wheelchair accessible, and strive to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities. Please contact them in advance to discuss any specific requirements you may have.

For more information, visit the website.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday: 4PM - 10PM
Friday: 3PM - 11PM
Saturday: 12PM - 11PM
Sunday: 12PM - 8PM

Reservations required

Visit the Escape Virtuality website to reserve your VR experiences. Weekdays have the best availability. 

Website

https://escapevirtuality.com/

Getting there

Address

130 W 29th St

New York, 10001

US

NYC TV & Movie Bus Tour

For more information visit the On Location Tours website.

Getting in: once your booking is confirmed, the departure point will be provided to you. The tour lasts approximately two hours.

All customers must sign a health waiver within 24 hours of your tour. The health waiver will be emailed to the email address used to reserve.

Special offer: Go City customers receive $10 off any private On Location tour or 10% off any public not included with their pass. Call On Location Tours at (212) 683-2027 to learn more or redeem!

Hours of Operation

Tours depart at 11AM Thursday - Sunday.

Please check the On Location Tours website for the most up-to-date schedule as it is subject to change.

Reservations required

Visit the On Location Tours website to reserve your tour.

When booking, select PASS OPTION and not the regular ADULT ticket, to avoid being charged full price

Top tip: This tour is popular and space is limited! If this is on your must-see list, book early but keep in mind that New York Pass customers are charged a $10 fee if booking more than 24 hours in advance. You can avoid this fee by booking within 24 hours of the tour time. Weekdays are generally less busy with more availability to book within 24 hours.

You will be asked to provide your pass number and a credit card. Your credit card will not be charged unless you fail to show up for your tour or book more than 24 hours in advance.

Website

https://onlocationtours.com/new-york-tv-and-movie-tours/new-york-tv-movie/

Getting there

Address

Broadway and 51st Street

New York, 10018

US

St. Patrick’s Cathedral Tour

For more information, visit the Saint Patrick's Cathedral Tour website.

Saint Patrick's Cathedral New York tour help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

FAQs

Q. Can I take photographs inside St. Patrick's Cathedral?
A. Absolutely! Feel free to capture the beautiful architecture and stunning interior of the cathedral, but remember to turn off your flash and be respectful of others.

Q. Are there any restrictions on what I can wear during the tour?
A. While there is no strict dress code, it is recommended to dress modestly and respectfully when visiting the cathedral, as it is a place of worship.

Q. Can I attend a religious service at St. Patrick's Cathedral?
A. Yes, St. Patrick's Cathedral holds regular religious services, and you are welcome to attend them. Please check the schedule beforehand for specific timings.

Q. Is there parking available near St. Patrick's Cathedral?
A. While there is no dedicated parking lot, there are several paid parking options nearby, including parking garages and street parking. Public transportation is also a convenient way to reach the cathedral.

Q. Are guided tours available at St. Patrick's Cathedral?
A. Yes, guided tours are offered at St. Patrick's Cathedral, providing a deeper insight into its history, architecture, and significance. Check the cathedral's website or inquire on-site for tour schedules.

Q. Can I bring my bag or backpack inside St. Patrick's Cathedral?
A. Yes, you can bring your bag or backpack inside, but please note that large bags may be subject to inspection for security purposes.

Getting in: present your pass for express entry admission (gold pass) at the Saint Patrick's Cathedral gift shop.

  • Download your tour narration from the Tourpatron app ahead of your visit and enjoy the insightful commentary as you explore the historic site.
  • If you do not have a mobile device, a tour tablet will be provided free of charge.
  • It is advised that you bring your own headphones, but headphones are available free of charge if you do not have them.

 

Hours of Operation

Daily: 9AM - 5PM

Getting there

Address

15 E 51st Street

New York, 10022

US

ARTECHOUSE New York

For more information, visit the ARTECHOUSE New York website.

Getting in

Show your pass at the entrance and you're in!

Hours of Operation

Daily: 10AM-10PM
October 2 - November 19: 11AM - 9PM (last entry 8PM) 

Getting there

Address

439 W 15th Street

New York, 10011

US

Statue at Sunset Cruise

For more information, visit Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise's website

Getting in

Seats are allocated on a first come, first served basis so we recommend arriving 45 minutes early to secure your spot.

Present your pass for scanning at the box office, then be sure to visit Cobble Fish directly behind the Box Office to purchase discounted drinks to bring onboard. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure.  

Please note, no outside food or drink are allowed onboard.

Hours of Operation

April 3 – May 21 
Wednesday-Sunday:
7.30PM departure

May 22 – September 20
Daily:
7.30PM departure

Closings & Holidays

September 5 – April 2

Getting there

Address

89 South Street

New York, 10038

US

Best of NYC Cruise by Circle Line

Circle Line NYC Cruise visitor information 

  • No outside food or drink is permitted but there is an onboard café serving sandwiches, salads, and snacks. There is also a bar serving hot and cold drinks, beer, wine, and cocktails.
  • There is free WiFi on board so you can share your snaps instantly.
  • Download the FREE Circle Line Skyline Navigator app before your cruise for the best way to enhance your experience. The app translates your cruise content into any of seven languages: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Chinese (Mandarin). Choose to follow along via GPS or take your time discovering on your own. Get it from the Apple iTunes Store or the Google Play Store​ today.​
  • Please bring their own personal earbuds to listen to the audio on your phones. The onboard concessions will have wired headphones available for purchase if needed. You may not listen to the tour on speakerphone mode. 

For more information, visit the Circle Line NYC Cruise website.

Getting your boarding pass: you will have to wait in line to secure a boarding pass for one of the day's cruises. Times can be requested but are subject to availability, we recommend visiting early in the morning to secure a boarding pass by showing your pass. Boarding begins 15-minutes before departure. 

Please note: you can only go on one Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise per day with your New York Pass.

Hours of Operation

January 1 – March 7
Daily: 12PM

March 8 – May 23
Daily: 10AM and 1:30PM

May 24 – September 2
Daily: 10AM, 12PM, 1:30PM and 3:30PM

September 3 – January 5
Daily:
10AM and 1:30PM

Schedules are subject to change without notice. For the most up-to-date opening hours, we recommend checking the Circle Line website.

Closings & Holidays

July 4: no cruises after 2PM

Christmas Day: Closed

Getting there

Address

Pier 83, West 42nd Street

New York, 10036

US

Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Neighborhood Tour

Tips for the Brooklyn Bridge walking tour

The Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Tour is 2.5 hours long. Approximately 1.5 miles is walked. We advise wearing comfortable shoes and weather-appropriate clothes. This tour is not wheelchair-accessible.

For more information, please visit the Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Walking Tour website.

Getting in: the meeting place is located near the Brooklyn Bridge (in front of the Tweed Courthouse, located at 52 Chambers Street between Broadway and Centre Street). Please arrive at least 15 minutes before tour departure at the tour meeting place.

Hours of Operation

Wednesday and Saturday: 11AM

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour online. Select Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Neighborhood Tour. You will then select the date & time of your tour and fill in your name and pass number. Please note, tours have limited capacity. It is strongly recommended that you book your tickets before you arrive in New York.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://insideouttours.com/book-with-pass/

Getting there

Address

52 Chambers Street (between Broadway and Centre Street) Tour meets in front of the Tweed Courthouse,

New York, 10007

US

Liberty Cruise by Circle Line

Circle Line NYC Landmark Cruise visitor information 

  • No outside food or drink is permitted but there is an onboard café serving sandwiches, salads, and snacks. There is also a bar serving hot and cold drinks, beer, wine, and cocktails.
  • There is free WiFi on board so you can share your snaps instantly.
  • Download the FREE Circle Line Skyline Navigator app before your cruise for the best way to enhance your experience. The app translates your cruise content into any of seven languages: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Chinese (Mandarin). Choose to follow along via GPS or take your time discovering on your own. Get it from the Apple iTunes Store or the Google Play Store​ today.​
  • For more information, visit the Circle Line NYC Liberty Cruise website.

Getting in

Simply present your pass at any Circle Line ticket window to receive a boarding pass. Upon presentation, a time and date for the cruise must be selected. Please allow yourself at least 45-minutes for ample ticketing and boarding time.

This cruise is available in Spanish, French and Portuguese via audio translation guides. The app is called "Circle Line Sightseeing" and it is free to download and use, available on iTunes and Google Play stores.

Please bring their own personal earbuds to listen to the audio on your phones. The onboard concessions will have wired headphones available for purchase if needed. You may not listen to the tour on speakerphone mode. 

Please note:

  • You can only go on one Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise per day with your New York Pass.

Hours of Operation

January 7 - March 7
Daily:
10AM

March 8 - May 2
Daily: 10:30AM

May 3 - October 31
Daily: 10:30AM and 4:30PM

November 1 - January 5
Daily:
10:30AM

Schedules are subject to change without notice. Please visit Circle Line's website for the most up-to-date schedule.

 

Closings & Holidays

July 4: All cruises after 12PM.

Christmas Day

Getting there

Address

Pier 83, West 42nd Street,

New York, 10036

US

SoHo Little Italy Chinatown Walking Tour

Tour Tips:

  • Make sure you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.

  • Please arrive 10 minutes early as the tour starts on time. Unfortunately, you will not be able to catch up to the tour if late.

  • Gratuities are not expected, but appreciated by the guides.

  • Large groups over 10 need to contact ExperienceFirst directly prior to the tour.

Please note: student groups must contact New York Tour 1 directly for availability and will be charged a group rate for the tour.

For more information, visit the EXP1 ExperienceFirst website.

Getting in: Just show your pass at the start of the tour. Look out for your tour guide who will be carrying an orange flag.

Hours of Operation

Tours run daily. Please check the website for availability and to make reservations.

Reservations required

Reserve in advance online by clicking the orange 'Book Now" button. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you do not show up with a valid pass or do not cancel within 24-hours of the tour start time.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.exp1.com/new-york-tours/new-york-pass/

Getting there

Address

Meeting Point - Southwest corner of Spring St & 6th Ave (in SoHo Square Plaza)

New York, 10013

US

Whitney Museum of American Art

For more information, visit The Whitney Museum of American Art website.

The Whitney Museum of American Art tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

FAQs

Q. What is the Whitney Museum of American Art?
A. The Whitney Museum of American Art is a museum that showcases American art from the 20th and 21st centuries.

Q. What are the hours of operation for the Whitney Museum of American Art?
A. The Whitney Museum of American Art is open from 10:30 am to 6 pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. 10:30 am to 10 pm on Fridays. It is closed on Tuesdays.

Q. What types of art are on display at the Whitney Museum of American Art?
A. The Whitney Museum of American Art showcases a variety of art forms, including painting, sculpture, video, and performance art.

Q. Can I take pictures inside the Whitney Museum of American Art?
A. Photography is allowed in some areas of the museum, but flash photography and tripods are not permitted. Please check with museum staff for specific guidelines.

Q. Is there a restaurant or cafe inside the Whitney Museum of American Art?
A. Yes, the Whitney Museum of American Art has a restaurant called Untitled and a cafe called Studio Cafe. Both offer food and drinks.

Q. Are there any special exhibitions or events at the Whitney Museum of American Art?
A. The Whitney Museum of American Art often hosts special exhibitions and events throughout the year. Check the museum's website for current and upcoming exhibitions and events.

Getting in: present your pass at general admission. 

Hours of Operation

Monday and Thursday 11.30AM - 6PM
Friday 1.30PM - 9PM
Saturday and Sunday 1PM - 6PM

Getting there

Address

99 Gansevoort Street,

New York, 10014

US

Yankee Stadium Tours

FAQ

Q. How long does a Yankee Stadium Tour last?
A. The length of a tour generally varies between 60-120 minutes and depends on the tour package chosen as well as the group size.

Getting in

Classic Tours will enter through the Hard Rock Café adjacent to gate 6 (corner of 161st St. and River Ave.) most days. Passes are redeemed on a first come first serve basis and subject to availability. Tours are popular, we suggest arriving at least 15 minutes prior to your desired Classic Tour start time. Please allow time for security screening.

Please note

Your pass is valid exclusively for Classic Tours and is not valid for Pregame Tours. Please contact the Yankees Stadium Tours Department for availability.

Hours of Operation

Tours operate multiple days a week depending on the stadium's schedule. Please check the Yankee Stadium Tours' website for the most up-to-date weekly schedule.

Tours will depart most days at 11:20AM, 11:40AM, 12PM, 12:20PM, 12:40PM, 1PM, 1:20PM, 1:40PM, 2PM

Getting there

Address

One East 161st Street Bronx,

New York, 10451

US

9/11 Museum Workshop: Hands-On 9/11 Tour

Ground Zero Museum Workshop visitor information 

  • For heightened security purposes in New York, all purses and bags must be checked at tour start or you will be denied entry. 
  • Please arrive five minutes prior to tour time.
  • Cameras are allowed, but videotaping is not.
  • Phone calls are not allowed inside the museum.
  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • The Ground Zero Museum Workshop should not be confused with the 9/11 Memorial Museum at Ground Zero.

FAQs

Q. Can children participate in the Hands-On 9/11 Tour workshop?
A. Absolutely! The workshop is designed to engage children and provide them with a hands-on learning experience about 9/11.

Q. How long does the Hands-On 9/11 Tour usually last?
A. On average, the workshop lasts approximately 2 hours, giving participants ample time to explore and interact with the exhibits.

Q. Will I be able to touch artifacts during the workshop?
A. Yes, the workshop offers a unique opportunity to touch select artifacts related to 9/11, allowing for a more immersive experience.

Q. Is the Hands-On 9/11 Tour workshop suitable for visitors with disabilities?
A. Certainly! The workshop is designed to be accessible to visitors of all abilities, with accommodations available to ensure a meaningful experience.

Q. Can I take photographs during the 9/11 Tour workshop?
A. Yes, photography is permitted during the workshop, so you can capture and preserve your memories of this educational experience.

Q. Are guided tours available for the Hands-On 9/11 Tour workshop?
A. Absolutely! The workshop is led by knowledgeable guides who provide insightful commentary and ensure an informative journey through the museum.

Please note: the museum is on West 14th Street and NOT at Ground Zero.

Hours of Operation

Wednesday - Saturday by reservation only. 

Closings & Holidays

Sunday - Tuesday, New Year’s Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Thanksgiving Day. All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.

Reservations required

To make your reservation, please call, text or WhatsApp 347-225-7779 and mention that you are a New York Pass customer. Include your pass code (located near the QR code on your pass), name, phone number, and the number of guests in your party. You may also reserve by email, providing the same information, at [email protected] and you will receive an email confirmation. 

Phone

347-225-7779

Getting there

Address

420 West 14th Street between 9th Ave. and Washington Street,

New York, 10014

US

LEGOLAND New York Resort

For more information please see the LEGOLAND New York website.

Getting in

After you've been through security, head straight to the turnstiles when you arrive for your pre-booked visit and scan your pass to enter. 

Plans changed? No problem, in the Reservations Portal you can amend your booking until noon on the day of arrival. 

Hours of Operation

The opening times can vary, so for the most up-to-date hours, we recommend checking the LEGOLAND New York website.

Reservations required

You can book your spot up to 10 days in advance on the Go City Reservations Portal. You'll need your order/pass number(s) and the email you used to purchase.

Plans changed? No problem, in the Reservations Portal you can amend your booking until noon on the day of arrival. 

Website

https://reservations.gocity.com/attraction/46679c56-704f-4b5f-8fe2-0e6def7207fe

Getting there

Address

1 Legoland Way

Goshen, 10924

USA

New York Highlights Bike Tour

For more information, visit Unlimited Biking's website.

Getting in

  • Show your pass at the ticket counter 15 minutes before the start of the tour. 
  • Tours are on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Please bring an ID and credit card. No hold will be placed on the credit card.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 11AM

Getting there

Address

79 Chambers Street

New York, 10007

US

Landmark Cruise by Circle Line

Circle Line NYC Landmark Cruise visitor information 

  • No outside food or drink is permitted but there is an onboard café serving sandwiches, salads, and snacks. There is also a bar serving hot and cold drinks, beer, wine, and cocktails.
  • There is free WiFi on board so you can share your snaps instantly.
  • Download the FREE Circle Line Skyline Navigator app before your cruise for the best way to enhance your experience. The app translates your cruise content into any of seven languages: Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, and Chinese (Mandarin). Choose to follow along via GPS or take your time discovering on your own. Get it from the Apple iTunes Store or the Google Play Store​ today.​
  • For more information, visit the Circle Line NYC Landmark Cruise website.

Circle Line New York Tour tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

FAQs

Q. What is the Landmark Cruise by Circle Line?
A. The Landmark Cruise by Circle Line is a scenic boat tour that takes you along the iconic landmarks of the city, providing a unique perspective of the skyline.

Q. How long does the Landmark Cruise last?
A. The Landmark Cruise typically lasts for approximately 90 minutes, giving you ample time to enjoy the breathtaking views and capture memorable photos.

Q. Are there any guided commentary or audio tours available during the Landmark Cruise?
A. Yes, during the Landmark Cruise, you can enjoy informative and engaging guided commentary in multiple languages, providing interesting insights into the landmarks and their history.

Q. Can I bring food or drinks onboard the Landmark Cruise?
A. While outside food and beverages are not allowed, there are onboard concessions where you can purchase a variety of snacks and beverages to enjoy during the cruise.

Q. Is the Landmark Cruise suitable for children and families?
A. Absolutely! The Landmark Cruise is a family-friendly experience, offering a memorable adventure for children and adults alike, with captivating views and educational commentary.

Q. Are there restrooms available onboard the Landmark Cruise?
A. Yes, there are clean and well-maintained restrooms conveniently located onboard the Landmark Cruise for your comfort and convenience during the journey.

Getting In: simply present your pass at any Circle Line ticket window to receive a boarding pass. Upon presentation, a time and date for the cruise must be selected. Please allow yourself at least 45-minutes for ample ticketing and boarding time.

This cruise is available in Spanish, French and Portuguese via audio translation guides. The app is called "Circle Line Sightseeing" and it is free to download and use, available on iTunes and Google Play stores.

Please bring their own personal earbuds to listen to the audio on your phones. The onboard concessions will have wired headphones available for purchase if needed. You may not listen to the tour on speakerphone mode. 

Please note: you can only go on one Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise per day with your New York Pass.

Hours of Operation

January 1 – March 7
Daily: 3:30PM

March 8 – May 2
Daily:
12:30PM and 3PM

May 3 – October 31
Daily:
11:30AM, 12:30PM, 2PM and 3PM

November 1 – January 5
Daily:
12:30PM and 3PM

Timetables are subject to change, please visit Circle Line's website to view the most up-to-date times. 

Closings & Holidays

July 4: no cruises after 2PM 

Closed on Christmas Day

Getting there

Address

Pier 83, West 42nd Street,

New York, 10036

US

Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rental by Unlimited Biking

For more information, visit the Unlimited Biking website.

There's no need for individual Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rental (Full Day) by Unlimited Biking tickets, admission is included with your pass.

Getting in: there's no need to make a reservation, present your pass at the ticket counter. Guests are required to bring ID and credit card. No hold will be placed on the credit card.

For group reservations of 15 or more please get in touch with [email protected].

Tandem bikes are available for two passholders to ride together, subject to availability. 

Included extras: 

  • All rentals include a color-coded map, a chain lock and a bike bag, free of charge.
  • As a bonus, enjoy complimentary bike drop-off if your bike was originally rented at another Unlimited Biking location (normally $10).
  • You'll get a free audio guide app included with your bike rental.

Hours of Operation

April - October 
Daily: 
9AM - 7PM 

November - March 
Daily: 
9AM - 5PM 

Getting there

Address

79 Chambers Street

New York, 10007

US

Liberty Super Express Cruise

For more information, see the Circle Line Liberty Super Express Cruise website.

Getting your boarding pass: you will have to wait in line to secure a boarding pass for one of the day's cruises. Times can be requested but are subject to availability, we recommend visiting early in the morning to secure a boarding pass by showing your pass. Boarding begins 15 minutes before departure. 

Time to kill before your admission slot? Why not get a few more things ticked off nearby while you wait? We recommend exploring the historic Seaport District; or, if you have slightly longer, walking over the Brooklyn Bridge and enjoying views of Manhattan.

Please note: no outside food or drink is allowed on board.

Hours of Operation

March 6 - April 2 
Wednesday - Sunday: Hourly from 11AM - 5PM 

April 3 - September 4 
Daily: Every half hour from 11AM - 6PM

September 5 - December 31 
Wednesday - Sunday: Hourly from 11AM - 6PM

Each cruise is 50 minutes long.

Schedules are subject to change without notice. Please visit Circle Line's website for the most up-to-date schedule.

Getting there

Address

167 John Street

New York, 10038

US

Catacombs by Candlelight Tour

Please Note: The tour of the Catacombs takes place in the undercroft of the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, which is an active parish. Since the catacombs are active for burial, there may occasionally be a funeral, internment, or someone paying respects. The tour may be adjusted around such events.

For more information visit the Catacombs by Candlelight Tours website.

Getting In: Show your pass at the ticket kiosk located outside 266 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince Street). During inclement weather, the ticket kiosk may move inside the building.

Hours of Operation

Friday - Monday
Tours are offered throughout the day. The schedule varies. Check the Tommy's New York website for the most up-to-date tour times and to make your reservation.

Reservations required

Advance reservations are required and can be booked on the Tommy's New York website. You will be asked for a credit card number to confirm the reservation. Your card will only be charged if you fail to arrive for your tour. Changes and cancellations can be made up to 2 hours before your tour without being charged. Show your pass at the ticket kiosk located outside 266 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince Street). During inclement weather, the ticket kiosk may move inside the building.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://takeawalk.com/attraction-passes/

Getting there

Address

266 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince Street)

New York, 10012

US

Butterbeer Experience at Harry Potter New York

For more information please see the Harry Potter New York website.

Getting your Butterbeer

Just show your pass at the Butterbeer Bar in the Harry Potter New York store to claim your free drink.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday: 9AM - 9PM
Sunday: 9AM - 7PM

Getting there

Address

935 Broadway

New York, 10010

USA

Brooklyn Bridge Guided Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking

For more information, visit the Unlimited Biking website.

Brooklyn Bridge Guided Bike Tour by Unlimited Biking tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

Getting in: show your pass at the ticket counter. Bike tours are on a first-come, first-served basis. Please come in on the day to check in for the next available tour (at least 15 minutes in advance). You'll be required to bring an ID and credit card, but there will be no hold on the credit card.

Please note:

  •  All rentals include a free helmet, lock, and basket.
  • E-bikes are available for an upgrade fee of $10 per hour.
  • For group reservations of 15 or more, please contact [email protected].

Hours of Operation

April - October: Daily at 10AM and 4PM

November - March: Daily at 10AM

All tours are offered in both English and Dutch. 

Please check the Unlimited Biking website for up-to-date operating hours and closures. 

Getting there

Address

79 Chambers Street

New York, 10007

US

Broadway and Times Square Tour

Broadway and Times Square Tour tips

  • Make sure you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
  • Gratuities are not expected but are appreciated by the guides.
  • Student groups should contact New York Tour 1 directly for an arrangement and a group rate will be applied for the tour.

Please visit the attraction website for more information.

 

FAQs

Q. What is the best time to take a Broadway and Times Square tour?
A. The best time to take a Broadway and Times Square tour is in the evening, as Times Square is known as the "Crossroads of the World" and it truly comes alive with its iconic neon lights and bustling atmosphere at night.

Q. What can I expect to see on a Broadway and Times Square tour?
A. On a Broadway and Times Square tour, you can expect to see iconic Broadway theaters, historic landmarks, popular tourist attractions like the Hard Rock Cafe and Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, and the bright lights and billboards that make Times Square famous.

Q. Is it necessary to buy tickets in advance for a Broadway and Times Square tour?
A. It is not necessary to buy tickets in advance for a Broadway and Times Square tour, but it is recommended to ensure availability and to skip the lines.

Q. How long does a Broadway and Times Square tour typically last?
A. A Broadway and Times Square tour typically lasts around 2-3 hours, depending on the specific tour and the stops along the way.

Q. Are Broadway and Times Square tours suitable for children?
A. Yes, Broadway and Times Square tours are suitable for children. They offer a fun and educational way for kids to learn about the history and culture of one of the most iconic areas of New York City.

Q. Are there any food or drink stops on a Broadway and Times Square tour?
A. Some Broadway and Times Square tours may include food and drink stops, while others may not. It's important to check the specific tour details beforehand to see what's included.

Getting in: just show your pass at the start of the tour. Look out for your tour guide who will be carrying an orange flag.

Hours of Operation

Tours run daily. Please check the website for availability and to make reservations.

Reservations required

Reserve in advance online by clicking the orange 'Book Now" button. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you do not show up with a valid pass or do not cancel within 24-hours of the tour start time.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.exp1.com/new-york-tours/new-york-pass/

Getting there

Address

George M. Cohan Statue at 46th Street & Broadway

New York, 10036

US

NYC Bus Tour of Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens

Meeting point: corner of 8th Avenue and 51st Street. Look out for your tour guide who will be carrying an orange flag.

Tour duration: 6 hours 

  • This tour is offered in English only. 
  • Make sure you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
  • Please arrive 10 minutes early as the tour starts on time - unfortunately, you will not be able to catch up to the tour if late.
  • Gratuities are not expected, but appreciated by the guides.
  • Large groups over 10 need to contact ExperienceFirst directly prior to the tour. 

Hours of Operation

Daily: 9AM

For more information, please visit the attraction website.

Reservations required

Book online by clicking the orange 'book now button on the attraction website. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you do not show up with a valid pass or do not cancel within 24-hours of the tour start time.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.exp1.com/new-york-tours/explorer-pass/

Getting there

Address

847-835 8th Ave

New York, 10019

US

Fotografiska New York

For more information visit the Fotografiska website.

Getting in

Fotografiska operates a timed entry system - passholders are not required to make a reservation. Arrive when you choose and you will be admitted in the next available time slot.

Hours of Operation

This attraction will be open 'til September 29, 2024

Sunday to Thursday: 10:30AM ― 9PM 

Friday to Saturday: 10:30AM ― 11PM

Last entry is one hour before closing.

All exhibitions will be on view until 6PM on the final day of the exhibition.

Closings & Holidays

 

 

 

Getting there

Address

281 Park Avenue South

New York, 10010

US

Central Park TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour

For more information visit the On Location Tour website

Central Park TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

  • This is a Central Park walking tour, so we recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes.
  • All customers must sign a health waiver within 24 hours of your tour. The health waiver will be emailed to the email address used to reserve.

The Central Park TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour is available in Spanish, French and German via audio translation guides. This service is free and is available through the Voicemap app (all instructions on how to download are included in the confirmation email). 

Special offer: Go City customers receive $10 off any private On Location tour or 10% off any public not included with their pass. Call On Location Tours at (212) 683-2027 to learn more or redeem!

Hours of Operation

Tours depart at 12 PM.

Tours run daily in July and August and on weekends only in other months.

Please check the On Location Tours website for the most up-to-date schedule as it is subject to change.

 

Reservations required

Visit the On Location Tours website to reserve your tour.

When booking, select PASS OPTION and not the regular ADULT ticket, to avoid being charged full price.

You will be asked to provide your pass number and a credit card. Your credit card will not be charged unless you fail to show up for your tour or book more than 24 hours in advance. 

Website

https://onlocationtours.com/new-york-tv-and-movie-tours/central-park-tv-movie/

Getting there

Address

10 Central Park South

right across from the Oak room near N/R/W subway entrance.

New York, 10019

US

Food On Foot Tours

Subway fares

  • Some yours require a subway fare, it will mention this when you book and if so, you'll need to have your ticket or payment method ready before you meet the tour. 
  • If subway fare is required you can use an unlimited MetroCard (one per person, cannot be shared), a pay-per-ride MetroCard (can be shared for up to 4 people) or OMNY tap and go with your credit card or payment app. MetroCards must be purchased before you meet the tour.

For more information, visit the Food On Foot Tours website.

Getting in

Show your pass to the guide when you arrive for your pre-booked tour.

Please note

  • This tour replaces a meal. Please come hungry!
  • Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in.
  • If a tour you would like is sold out, please check the booking calendar the day before or morning of a tour as we sometimes receive cancellations. 

Hours of Operation

Guided food excursions run from mid-March to early January. Please check the Food On Foot Tours website for exact times. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in.

Closings & Holidays

Easter, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Limited winter schedule.

Reservations required

Book your spot online on the Food On Foot website (use code NYPFoodfun to book). The New York Pass customers should select Gold Tickets, and will need pass number(s), order confirmation number(s) and a credit card to complete the booking. (You'll only be charged if you fail to show up.)

Check the schedule before you start booking, using the BOOK NOW button and clicking calendar. After you choose a tour please click Browse By Activity and click the tour you want and you will see all the information you need: Tour Summary/How to Book/About/Dates etc.

Guided tour schedules are posted on or before the 16th of the previous month.

This attraction is extremely popular and has limited availability so it gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

http://foodonfoottours.com/

Getting there

Address

Grand Central Terminal or Penn Station (You will be given your exact meeting point upon confirmation of your reservation,

Please see reservation instructions for details.)

New York, 10017

US

Museum of the City of New York

The Museum of the City of New York has temporary exhibits that change frequently. To view current and future exhibits, please visit: https://www.mcny.org/exhibitions.

For more information visit the Museum of The City of New York website.

Museum of The City of New York tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

Getting in: present your pass for the Museum of The City of New York admission.

Hours of Operation

Monday, Thursday & Friday: 10AM - 5PM

Saturday & Sunday: 10AM - 6PM

Closings & Holidays

Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays

The museum will be closed to the public on Janurary 20, 2024. 

 

Getting there

Address

1220 Fifth Ave at 103rd Street,

New York, 10029

US

Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour

Marvel & DC Superheroes Tours tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

FAQs

Q. What locations are included in the Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour New York?
A. The tour covers iconic locations from both Marvel and DC comics, including the Daily Bugle building, Avengers Tower, the New York Sanctum Sanctorum, the Wayne Enterprises building, and the Metropolis skyline backdrop. Additionally, you'll visit real-life filming locations for popular superhero movies and TV shows.

Q. How long is the Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour, and what is the mode of transportation?
A. The tour lasts approximately 3 hours. Please wear comfortable walking shoes as this is a walking tour. 

Q. Are there any age restrictions for the Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour?
A. There are no specific age restrictions for the tour, making it suitable for all ages. However, children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult, and all participants should be able to walk moderate distances during the tour stops.

Q. Can I take photos during the Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour?
A. Yes, photography is encouraged during the tour! You'll have the opportunity to take photos at each stop, capturing memories of the iconic superhero locations. However, please be respectful of any private properties or restricted areas.

Q. Are there any special guests or experiences during the tour?
A. While we cannot guarantee the appearance of special guests on every tour, we occasionally have local comic book artists, actors, or experts join us to share their insights and experiences. Additionally, the tour often features exclusive behind-the-scenes content and trivia to enhance your experience.

Q. Is the Marvel & DC Superheroes Tour wheelchair accessible?
A. Yes, the tour is wheelchair accessible. However, please notify us in advance if you require any special accommodations so that we can ensure your experience is as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.

Getting in: upon arriving for the tour, please present your pass to the tour guide for scanning.

 

Hours of Operation

English
Daily at 3:30PM

 

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour in advance online. Select the date and time of your desired tour and add the number of participants to the drop down menu. A credit card is required to reserve your spot but you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour. If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, please call (718) 806-1706.

Please note: for free cancellation, please give notice 2 calendar days before your scheduled tour. 

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://topdogtours.com/tours/new-york-city/marvel-dc-superheroes-of-new-york/

Getting there

Address

Corner of 1st Ave and 42nd St

UN Plaza

New York, 10017

US

How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour

For more information, visit the Inside Out Tours website.

Wall Street Walking Tour tickets help

Ask our help team if you have any questions.

Getting in: show your pass to the tour guide at the meeting point at the bottom of the steps in front of the Museum of the American Indian (1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004).

Hours of Operation

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 1:30PM

The tour runs seasonally, from April to September.

Closings & Holidays

There are no tours on Independence Day (July 4) or Labor Day (September 5).

Reservations required

Please book your tour online. Choose How Money Was Made: Wall Street Walking Tour then enter the date and time of your tour. Select pass type ‘New York Passes’ and fill in your name and pass number. Please note that tours have limited capacity. It is strongly recommended that you book your tickets before you arrive in New York.

Website

https://insideouttours.com/book-with-pass/

Getting there

Address

Bottom of the steps outside the Museum of the American Indian

1 Bowling Green

New York, 10004

US

The Official Chinatown Walking Tour

For more information, visit the Official Chinatown Walking Tour website.

The Official Chinatown Walking Tour tickets help

Ask our help team if you have any questions.

Getting in: simply show your pass at the Chinatown Little Italy Information Kiosk located at Baxter Street and Canal Street.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 11:30AM

Duration: 90 minutes

Tour times are subject to change. Please check the official website for the most up-to-date hours and availability.

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour in advance online. You will be asked for a credit card number to confirm the reservation. Your card will only be charged if you fail to arrive for your tour. Changes and cancellations can be made up to two hours before your tour without being charged.

Website

https://takeawalk.com/attraction-passes/

Getting there

Address

Chinatown Little Italy Information Kiosk

Baxter Street & Canal Street

New York, 10013

US

New York Botanical Garden

Getting in: present your New York Pass at the Main Entrance/Visitor Center or at the Moshulu Entrance just across from the Botanical Garden train station.

For more information, visit the Botanical Garden website.

Hours of Operation

Tuesday - Sunday: 10AM - 5PM

Getting there

Address

2900 Southern Boulevard Bronx,

New York, 10458

US

High Line Chelsea Meatpacking Tour

For more information visit the EXP1 ExperienceFirst website.

High Line – Chelsea – Meatpacking District Neighborhood Walking Tour tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

There's no need for individual High Line – Chelsea – Meatpacking District Neighborhood Walking Tour tickets - admission is included with your New York pass.

Getting in: Just show your pass at the start of the tour. Look out for your tour guide who will be carrying an orange flag.

Tour Tips:

  • Make sure you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.

  • Please arrive 10 minutes early as the tour starts on time. Unfortunately, you will not be able to catch up to the tour if late.

  • Gratuities are not expected, but appreciated by the guides.

  • Large groups over 10 need to contact ExperienceFirst directly prior to the tour.

Hours of Operation

Tours run daily. Please check the website for availability and to make reservations.

Reservations required

Reserve in advance online by clicking the orange 'Book Now" button. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you do not show up with a valid pass or do not cancel within 24-hours of the tour start time.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.exp1.com/new-york-tours/new-york-pass/

Getting there

Address

Meeting Place: in front of Chelsea Market at 15th St & 9th Ave

New York, 10011

US

Pride Walking Tour

For more information visit the Pride Tours NYC website.

Getting in: make sure to arrive 10 minutes early for your tour.

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Hours of Operation

Please refer to your reservation or Pride Tour NYC’s website for meeting time.

Reservations required

Reservations must be made in advance at Pride Tours NYC.

You will be asked to enter your New York Pass number in the booking form.

A credit card will be taken to secure your spot and will only be charged if you fail to cancel or reschedule your tour with 24 hours notice.

No-shows will be charged the full value of the tour.

Website

https://pridetoursnyc.com/pride-walking-tour

Getting there

Address

Christopher Park

38-64 Christopher Street

New York, 10014

US

Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour of Brooklyn

For more information, visit the Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour website.

Graffiti & Street Art Walking Tour in Brooklyn tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

Getting in: be sure to bring your pass with you to the tour for check-in. Your pass must be valid on the day of the tour. You will receive an email confirmation with the tour’s departure location.

Hours of Operation

March – December: daily: 10:30am.
January & February: Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am.

Tour operates year-round and generally run daily at 10:30am, but times will occasionally vary. Please check the tour website to confirm.

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour online. Credit card information is required to reserve your tour, however, you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour.

Website

http://www.brooklynunpluggedtours.com/brooklyn-tour-graffiti-street-art

Getting there

Address

30 Wyckoff Avenue

(between Starr Street & Troutman Street)

Brooklyn, 11237

US

Deno's Wonder Wheel

For more information visit the Deno's Wonder Wheel website.

Getting in: simply present your pass upon entry.

Hours of Operation

Opening Times

June-August
Everyday: 12:00pm-10:00pm

April, May, September & October
Saturday-Sunday: 12:00pm-8:00pm

Getting there

Address

Located on Coney Island Boardwalk 1025 Boardwalk, Deno's D. Vourderis Pl (W 12th St) Brooklyn,

New York, 11224

US

The Official Little Italy Walking Tour

For more information, visit the Official Little Italy Walking Tour website.

The Official Little Italy Walking Tour tickets help

Ask our help team if you have any questions.

Getting in: simply show your pass at the Chinatown Little Italy Information Kiosk located at Baxter Street and Canal Street.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 1:30PM


Tour times are subject to change. Please check the official website for the most up-to-date hours and availability.

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour in advance online. You will be asked for a credit card number to confirm the reservation. Your card will only be charged if you fail to arrive for your tour. Changes and cancellations can be made up to two hours before your tour without being charged.

Website

https://takeawalk.com/attraction-passes/

Getting there

Address

Chinatown Little Italy Information Kiosk

Baxter Street & Canal Street

New York, 10013

US

Shake, Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos Show

Please note:

  • Passholders are subject to a two-item minimum order (eg, one food item and one drink or two drinks.)
  • Entrance is subject to availability. 

For more information please visit the Shake, Rattle & Roll Pianos website.

Getting in: First, check the Shake, Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos website to confirm the venue location for your chosen dueling pianos show. Schedule and location varies based on week and season. At the venue, present your pass to be scanned for admission.

Please check the website and select a date in the calendar at the bottom of the page to confirm the venue before your visit.

Hours of Operation

Saturdays: 10PM (doors open 9PM). Chelsea Table & Stage - 152 West 26th Street, NYC 10001 (inside the Hilton).

Sundays: 1:30PM (doors open 12:30PM) at Burgerology - 320 West 36th Street.

6/8/2024 - please note, this show will be taking place at Burgerology - 320 West 36th Street. 

Please note: schedule and venues are subject to change. Please check the website and select a date in the calendar at the bottom of the page to confirm the venue before your visit.

Getting there

Address

Burgerology

320 West 36th Street

New York, 10018

US

Harlem Jazz Series

For more information, please visit the Harlem Jazz Series website.

Getting in

Show your pass at the Harlem Jazz Series admission counter when you arrive for your pre-booked performance.

Hours of Operation

Friday: 7PM - 8PM

Reservations required

To book your spot, please head to the official website to make your reservation.

Website

www.welcometoharlem.com

Getting there

Address

16 Mount Morris Park West

New York, 10027

US

Greenwich Village Walking Tour

Tour Tips:

  • Make sure you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.

  • Please arrive 10 minutes early as the tour starts on time. Unfortunately, you will not be able to catch up to the tour if late.

  • Gratuities are not expected, but appreciated by the guides.

  • Large groups over 10 need to contact ExperienceFirst directly prior to the tour.

 

Greenwich Village Walking Tour tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

For more information, please visit the EXP1 ExperienceFirst website.

Getting in: Just show your pass at the start of the tour. Look out for your tour guide who will be carrying an orange flag.

 

Hours of Operation

Tours run daily. Please check the website for availability and to make reservations.

Reservations required

Reserve in advance online by clicking the orange 'Book Now" button. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you do not show up with a valid pass or do not cancel within 24-hours of the tour start time.

This attraction is extremely popular and gets booked up fast. If this is one of your 'must-sees', please reserve your spot as soon as possible!

Website

https://www.exp1.com/new-york-tours/neighborhood-tours/greenwich-village-tour/

Getting there

Address

Waverly Place & 6th Ave Northwest corner.

New York, 10014

US

Harlem Gospel Concert by Harlem One Stop

Getting in: meet your guide at the northeast corner of West 145th Street & St Nicholas Avenue, in front of 702 St Nicholas Avenue side next to the subway entrance. Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled time.

Please note:

  • Wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
  • Recording devices and photographs are not allowed.
  • Late arrivals (more than 10 minutes) may not be allowed to join once group has left meeting point.
  • We suggest a contribution to the church’s offering plate of a minimum of $5 each. 

Hours of Operation

Wednesday: 5:30 PM, with the concert finishing at 6:45 PM.  Please arrive 15 minutes early. 

Reservations required

Please book online. Credit card information is required to complete your reservation. You will only be charged if you fail to show up for the event.

Website

https://www.harlemonestop.com/tours/

Getting there

Address

Northeast corner of West 145th Street & St Nicholas Avenue,

in front of 702 St Nicholas Avenue side next to the subway entrance.

New York, 10031

US

New York City Sketching Art Tour

NYC Sketching Tour tickets help

For assistance with your tickets just contact our help team

Sketch materials will be provided to you on the day so you can jump into creating your NYC-inspired art.

This tour is for ages 7+. An adult should accompany children.

Getting in: you will meet your guide in the Financial District in front of 37 Wall Street to the right of Tiffany’s, where Rachel will hand out your sketch pad and pencil that are both yours to keep. Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour start time.

Maximum number of guests per tour: 10

Hours of Operation

Monday tours: 12PM - 1.30PM and 2PM - 3.30PM

Reservations required

Reservations can be made by email at nycsketchtour@gmail.com. You will need to provide your desired day and start time for your tour, pass number(s), full name, number of people in the party, and mobile phone number. You will need to leave a credit card to guarantee your arrival as space is limited. However, this will be deleted when you arrive and scan your New York Pass. 

After receiving your email, we will call you within 24 hours. A full seven (7) days are needed for cancellations. Tours often sell out in advance, but you can be placed on a waiting list if this happens.

 

Getting there

Address

37 Wall Street

to the right of Tiffany’s

New York, 10005

US

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Hours of Operation

Opening Times

Opening Times:

Monday – Friday, 9:30am – 3pm
Saturday – Sunday, 9:30am – 5pm

Closures: November 7, November 26, December 25

Getting there

Address

1047 Amsterdam Ave at 112th St,

New York, 10025

US

Museum of Arts and Design

FAQs

Q. What are the opening hours of the Museum of Arts and Design NYC?
A. The Museum of Arts and Design NYC is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

Q. Are photography and videography allowed inside the Museum of Arts and Design NYC?
A. Photography and videography for personal, non-commercial use are generally permitted inside the Museum of Arts and Design NYC, except in areas where specifically indicated.

Q. Does the Museum of Arts and Design NYC have a restaurant or cafe?
A. Yes, the museum features a restaurant called "Robert" which offers a culinary experience overlooking Central Park.

Q. Are there guided tours available at the Museum of Arts and Design NYC?
A. Yes, the museum offers guided tours led by knowledgeable docents who provide insights into the exhibits and the museum's collection. Advance booking is recommended.

Q. Is there a gift shop at the Museum of Arts and Design NYC?
A. Yes, visitors can explore the museum's gift shop offering a wide range of unique and contemporary art-related items, including jewelry, home decor, and design objects.

Q. Does the Museum of Arts and Design NYC have accessibility accommodations?
A. The museum is committed to providing accessibility for all visitors and offers various accommodations, including wheelchair accessibility, assistive listening devices, and large-print materials.

Getting in: present your pass at the Museum of Arts and Design admissions desk for entry.

 

Hours of Operation

Tuesday - Sunday: 10AM - 6PM

Getting there

Address

2 Columbus Circle

New York, 10019

US

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

For more information please visit the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum website. 

FAQs

Q. What exactly is the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum?
A. The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is an example of a fantastic New York City treasure that exhibits influential design art and design history.

Q. What kind of design objects are featured at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum?
A. With over 210,000 design objects on display including furniture, textile, and architectural models, visitors to the museum can look forward to an exciting and educational experience that showcases a wide range of design history.

Q. What are the museum’s hours of operation?
A. The opening hours of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum vary but are generally available from 10 am to 6 pm. For more up-to-date information, visitors may check the official museum website for more information.

Q. Is the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum accessible to all visitors?
A. Absolutely! The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is fully accessible to accommodate all visitors with disabilities. The museum provides designated parking spaces and wheelchair-accessible entranceways for easy entry, and service animals are also welcome to join visitors. Furthermore, audio tours, transcripts, visual aids, and other assistive devices are made available to help visitors with disabilities feel comfortable and engage with the sweeping design and cultural history that awaits them.

 

Getting in: present your pass for entrance in the next available time slot.

Hours of Operation

Thursday - Monday: 10AM - 6PM

Getting there

Address

2 East 91st Street

(between 5th and Madison Avenues)

New York, 10128

US

The Bowery Historic District Walking Tour

For more information, visit the Take A Walk website.

Getting in

Simply show your pass when you arrive at your scheduled tour. 

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 3:30PM

Reservations required

To book your slot, visit the Take A Walk website

Select 'The Bowery Tour' and select your preferred date and number of participants. You'll be asked to fill in your details enter your card details to finalise your booking.

Please note: your card will not be charged unless you fail to turn up to your tour. Changes and cancellations can be made up to two hours before your tour without being charged. 

Website

https://takeawalk.com/attraction-passes/

Getting there

Address

Corner of Bowery and Division St.

New York, 10002

US

Lower East Side Food and Culture Walking Tour

For more information visit the Top Dog Tours website.

Getting in: please present your pass to the tour guide.

Hours of Operation

Daily at 1PM

Tours last 2.5 hours.

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour in advance online. Select the date and time of your desired tour and add the number of participants to the drop-down menu. A credit card is required to reserve your spot but you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour.

If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, please call (718) 806-1706.

Please note: for free cancellation, please give notice 2 calendar days before your scheduled tour. 

Website

https://topdogtours.com/tours/new-york-city/tastes-of-the-lower-east-side/

Phone

(718) 806-1706

Getting there

Address

Eldridge Street Synagogue

12 Eldridge Street

New York, 10002

US

New York City News Media Walking Tour

For more information, visit Top Dog Tour's website.

Wall Street walking tour tickets help

Ask our help team if you have any questions.

Getting in: the tour starts at the front of the Maine Monument in Columbus Circle. Show your pass to the guide on arrival.

Hours of Operation

Daily: 2PM

Tour lasts for two hours.

Closings & Holidays

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years' Eve

Reservations required

To book your slot, visit Top Dog Tour's website. Select the date and time of your desired tour and add the number of participants to the drop-down menu. A credit card is required to reserve your spot but you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour. If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, give them a call on (718) 806-1706.

Please note: for free cancellation, please give notice 2 calendar days before your scheduled tour. 

Getting there

Address

West 59th Street

New York, 10019

US

Greenwich Village at Night Walking Tour

For more information visit the Top Dog Tours website. 

Getting in: please present your pass to the tour guide.

Hours of Operation

Daily at 7PM

Spanish language tour: Saturdays at 6PM

Tours last 2 hours

Closings & Holidays

Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Halloween, and NYC Pride (last Sunday in June)

Reservations required

Please reserve your tour in advance online. Select the date and time of your desired tour and add the number of participants to the drop-down menu. A credit card is required to reserve your spot but you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour. If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, please call (718) 806-1706. 

Please note: for free cancellation, please give notice 2 calendar days before your scheduled tour. 

Website

https://topdogtours.com/tours/new-york-city/greenwich-village-at-night-tour/

Phone

(718) 806-1706

Getting there

Address

Astor Place Plaza

41 Astor Place

New York, 10003

US

Harlem Walking Tours

For NYP tour schedules visit Harlem One Stop Tours.

It is strongly recommended that you book your tickets in advance or before you arrive in New York. Tours have limited capacity.

Hours of Operation

Opening Times

Tuesday-Thursday: 10AM - Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic Districts
Friday: 10AM - Sugar Hill Historic District/Washington Heights
Saturday: 10AM - Central Harlem -Harlem Renaissance

 

Reservations required

Visit:  www.harlemonestop.com/tours to make your reservation. Credit card information is required to complete your reservation. You will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour. For additional information please email tours@harlemonestop.org.

Website

https://www.harlemonestop.com/tours

Phone

(212) 939-9201

Getting there

Address

Ignore address provided below and on Google Maps, the meeting address varies.

Please refer to the meeting address in your reseveration confirmation.

New York, 10031

US

Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour

Tour tips

  • Make sure you dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
  • Please arrive 10 minutes early as the tour starts on time. Unfortunately, you will not be able to catch up to the tour if late.
  • Gratuities are not expected but are appreciated by the guides.
  • Large groups over 10 need to contact ExperienceFirst directly prior to the tour.
  • Please note that the Vessel is currently closed to climb, but you may view it from the outside.

The Vessel is currently closed to the public

FAQs

Q. What are the main highlights of the Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour?
A. The tour includes exploring the High Line, an elevated park built on a historic freight rail line, with its unique art installations, landscaping, and architecture. At Hudson Yards, visitors will experience the Vessel, a stunning interactive artwork, and visit the Shed, a cultural center for innovative arts and performances.

Q. How long does the Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour typically last?
A. The tour usually takes around 2 to 2.5 hours, depending on the pace of the group and the amount of time spent at each location. The tour guide will ensure that all main attractions are covered during the tour.

Q. Are there any specific days when the tour is not available?
A. The Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour is available daily, weather permitting. However, there may be occasional closures due to special events or maintenance. It's recommended to check the tour's website or contact them directly for the most up-to-date information on availability.

Q. Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
A. Yes, the tour is wheelchair accessible. Both the High Line and Hudson Yards have ramps and elevators for wheelchair users. However, it's advised to inform the tour operators in advance if you require any special assistance, so they can make the necessary arrangements.

Q. Are there any age restrictions for the Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour?
A. There are no specific age restrictions for the tour, and it is suitable for all ages. However, children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult, and it's important to consider the tour's duration and walking distance when bringing young children.

Q. Can I bring my pet on the Top of the High Line and Hudson Yards Tour?
A. Pets are allowed on the High Line but must be kept on a leash at all times. However, pets are not permitted inside the Vessel or the Shed at Hudson Yards. Service animals are allowed in all areas, as per the applicable laws and regulations. It's recommended to check with the tour operators in advance if you plan to bring your pet along.

Getting in: just show your pass at the start of the tour. Look out for your tour guide who will be carrying an orange flag.

Hours of Operation

Tours run daily. Please check the website for availability and to make reservations.

Reservations required

Reserve in advance online by clicking the orange 'Book Now' button. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you do not show up with a valid pass or do not cancel within 24-hours of the tour start time.

Website

https://www.exp1.com/new-york-tours/new-york-pass/

Getting there

Address

Hudson Yards

New York, 10001

US

The Skyscraper Museum

Skyscraper Museum FAQs

Q. What is the tallest skyscraper in New York City?
A. The tallest skyscraper in New York City is currently One World Trade Center, standing at a height of 1,776 feet.

Q. How many skyscrapers are there in New York City?
A. New York City boasts a remarkable skyline with over 250 skyscrapers, showcasing the city's architectural prowess.

Q. Can visitors go to the top of the skyscrapers in the museum?
A. While the museum itself does not have a viewing deck, it offers fascinating exhibitions and insights into the history and design of iconic skyscrapers.

Q. Are guided tours available at the skyscraper museum?
A. Yes, the museum provides informative guided tours led by knowledgeable experts, offering visitors a deeper understanding of the exhibits and their significance.

Q. What are some famous skyscrapers featured in the museum?
A. The museum showcases a range of famous skyscrapers, including the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, and the Flatiron Building, among others.

Q. Can I learn about the construction techniques used in skyscrapers at the museum?
A. Absolutely! The museum provides insights into various construction techniques employed in building skyscrapers, allowing visitors to appreciate the engineering marvels behind these towering structures.

Getting in: no need to show your pass - admission to The Skyscraper Museum is free at the moment. 

Hours of Operation

Thursday - Saturday : 12PM - 6PM

Getting there

Address

39 Battery Place

New York, 10280

US

New York Historical Society

For more information visit the New York Historic Society website.

New York Historical Society Museum tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

FAQs

Q. What makes the New York Historical Society unique?
A. With a founding date of 1804, the New York Historical Society stands as the oldest museum in New York City, preserving and presenting the city's history for over two centuries.

Q. What treasures can I find in the New York Historical Society's collection?
A. Housing over 1.6 million artifacts, including George Washington's inaugural Bible and Alexander Hamilton's desk, the New York Historical Society's collection showcases a vast array of art objects, documents, and photographs.

Q. What exhibitions are available at the New York Historical Society?
A. Immerse yourself in the dynamic exhibitions at the New York Historical Society, exploring a diverse range of topics such as women's suffrage, the Civil War, immigration, and the city's vibrant art scene.

Q. Can I conduct research at the New York Historical Society?
A. Yes, the New York Historical Society's Library grants researchers access to a wealth of resources, including books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, and more, providing invaluable opportunities for in-depth exploration of New York's past.

Q. How does the New York Historical Society inspire learning?
A. Engage in educational programs at the New York Historical Society, offering guided tours, workshops, lectures, and interactive experiences for all ages, fostering a deeper connection with history.

Q. How can I contribute to the New York Historical Society's mission?
A. Support the New York Historical Society's preservation and promotion of New York's remarkable history by becoming a member, making a donation, attending special events, or volunteering your time.

Getting in: please present your pass for scanning upon arrival. 

 

Hours of Operation

Friday: 11AM - 8PM
Saturday and Sunday: 11AM - 5PM

Reservations required

Please call (212) 485-9268 in advance to reserve your date and time. You must present your valid pass for scanning upon arrival.

Phone

(212) 485-9268

Getting there

Address

170 Central Park West at 77th Street

New York, 10024

US

Museum of Jewish Heritage

For more information, visit the Museum of Jewish Heritage website.

FAQs

Q. What is the Museum of Jewish Heritage?
A. The Museum of Jewish Heritage is a cultural institution dedicated to educating people about the history and experiences of Jewish people.

Q. Are there educational programs available for schools and groups?
A. Yes, the Museum of Jewish Heritage offers a range of educational programs tailored for schools and groups, including guided tours and workshops.

Q. Can I visit the museum with children?
A. Yes, the Museum of Jewish Heritage welcomes visitors of all ages and provides engaging and educational experiences for children.

Q. Is there a kosher restaurant or café at the museum?
A. While there is no kosher restaurant or café on-site, the Museum of Jewish Heritage is located in Battery Park City, which offers various dining options nearby.

Q. Can I take photographs inside the museum?
A. Photography is allowed in most areas of the museum for personal use, but please refrain from using flash or tripods.

Getting in: check-in at the admissions desk located in the main lobby.

Hours of Operation

Sunday: 10AM - 5PM
Wednesday: 10AM - 5PM
Thursday: 10AM – 8PM
Friday: 10AM – 5PM

Generally, the museum is open Sunday and Wednesday from 10AM – 5PM ET, Thursday from 10AM – 8PM, and Friday from 10AM – 5PM. Last admission to the museum is 30 minutes prior to closing time.

Closings & Holidays

Monday, Tuesday and Saturday

Jewish holidays and Thanksgiving

Getting there

Address

36 Battery Place

New York, 10280

US

Best of Brooklyn Walking Tour in Williamsburg

Tips for taking the Brooklyn Walking Tour of Williamsburg

The tour covers approximately 1.5 miles of walking distance. It is a manageable amount of walking for the average adult, child over the age of 12, or healthy senior citizen. There are no age limitations on the tour, but you are encouraged to consider the walking ability and level of interest/attention span of a younger child.

We also recommend checking out a Williamsburg Brooklyn map ahead of your tour to familiarise yourself with the route and area. 

For more information, visit the Best of Brooklyn Walking Tour website.

Getting in: There's no need to pay for Best of Brooklyn Walking Tour in Williamsburg tickets, just show your pass upon entry.

 

     

    Hours of Operation

    March—December: daily: 3PM. 

    Note: Please check the website for the latest details for tours during January & February.

    Reservations required

    Reserve your tour in advance online. A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour. 

    Website

    http://www.brooklynunpluggedtours.com/

    Getting there

    Address

    548 Driggs Avenue

    (between North 7th Street & North 8th Street)

    Brooklyn, 11211

    US

    Taste of New York Brooklyn Brewery - Free Beer

    Please show your pass upon arrival. 

    Hours of Operation

    The Tasting Room is currently open for to-go beer only.
    Thursday - Friday: 4PM - 8PM
    Saturday - Sunday: 2PM - 8PM

    Getting there

    Address

    79 North 11th Street

    Brooklyn

    New York, 11249

    US

    Fraunces Tavern® Museum

    For more information visit the Fraunces Tavern Museum website.

    Getting in: show your pass at the front desk for scanning. 

    Hours of Operation

    Wednesday - Sunday: 12PM - 5PM

    Getting there

    Address

    54 Pearl St.

    New York, 10004

    US

    NYC Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour

    For more information visit the Inside Out Tours website.

    There's no need for individual NYC Slavery & Underground Railroad Walking Tour tickets, admission is included with your New York pass along with 100+ popular attractions.

    Please note: tours are in English.

    Hours of Operation

    Schedule varies by season and is subject to change. Please check hours and availability when booking your tour online.

    April 1 - September 31: 

    Wednesday: 11AM 

    Saturday: 1PM

    Reservations required

    Reservations are to be booked in advance online. Select the desired date of your tour. Select the drop-down option to reserve the tickets with your pass and proceed with the booking process. A credit card is required to hold the reservation, however, you will not be charged unless you do not show up for the tour or do not cancel within 48-hours of the tour start time.

    Website

    https://insideouttours.com/book-with-pass/

    Getting there

    Address

    National Museum of the American Indian 1 Bowling Green,

    New York, 10004

    US

    Ghosts of Greenwich Village Tours

    • All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21.
    • Your guide will be holding a white flag with blue checks and the Top Dog Tours logo on it.
    • We suggest wearing comfortable shoes and dressing according to the season.
    • During the summer we suggest bringing water.

     

    Take any of these subway routes to reach their ticket office:

    • R/W to 8th Street-NYU
    • D/F to W 4th Street
    • E to W 4th Street

    Getting in: the tour meets in front of the Waverly Diner on the corner of 6th Avenue and Waverly Place, outside The Waverly restaurant. Please arrive 10 minutes early to check-in and provide your pass for scanning. 

    Hours of Operation

    English tours: daily at 8PM
    Spanish tours: Fridays at 7PM

    Reservations required

    Reserve your spot in advance online. You will need to enter a credit card number to hold your reservation but you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour. If you have questions regarding your booking, please call (718) 806-1706.

    Please note: For free cancellation, please give notice 2 calendar days before your scheduled tour. Tours will go ahead rain or shine. 

    Website

    https://topdogtours.com/tours/new-york-city/ghosts-of-greenwich-village/

    Phone

    (718) 806-1706

    Getting there

    Address

    385 6th Avenue

    New York, 10014

    US

    Museum at Eldridge St.

    Getting in: please present your valid pass for scanning upon arrival.

    Hours of Operation

    Sunday - Thursday: 10:00am-5:00pm
    Friday: 10:00am-3:00pm

    Getting there

    Address

    12 Eldridge Street

    New York, 10002

    US

    International Center of Photography

    Getting in: please present your valid pass for scanning upon arrival.

    Hours of Operation

    Monday: 11AM – 7PM
    Tuesday: closed
    Wednesday: 11AM – 7PM
    Thursday (open late): 11AM - 9PM
    Friday - Sunday: 11AM – 7PM

    Getting there

    Address

    79 Essex Street

    New York, 10002

    US

    New York Hall of Science

    FAQs

    Q. What are the most popular exhibits at the New York Hall of Science?
    A. The most popular exhibits include the Science Playground, Design Lab, Connected Worlds, and the Sports Challenge. These interactive exhibits cater to various age groups and interests, engaging visitors in hands-on learning and exploration of science concepts.

    Q. Can I host a private event or birthday party at the New York Hall of Science?
    A. Yes, the New York Hall of Science offers a variety of event spaces and packages for private events, including birthday parties. To inquire about availability and pricing, contact the Special Events department on their website or call the museum directly.

    Q. Are guided tours available at the New York Hall of Science?
    A. Yes, guided tours are available for groups of 10 or more people. The museum offers a variety of tour options, including general tours and themed tours that focus on specific exhibits or topics. To book a guided tour, visit the museum's website or call their Group Sales department. You can also book your New York Hall of Science tickets with The New York Pass®

    Q. What educational programs and resources does the New York Hall of Science offer?
    A. The New York Hall of Science offers a wide range of educational programs and resources, including workshops, camps, school field trips, and professional development opportunities for educators. Additionally, the museum provides online resources, such as lesson plans and activity guides, to support science education at home or in the classroom.

    Q. Is the New York Hall of Science accessible for visitors with disabilities?
    A. The New York Hall of Science is committed to making its exhibits and programs accessible to all visitors. The museum is wheelchair accessible and provides additional services such as ASL interpretation, captioning, and audio description upon request. For more information on accessibility, visit the museum's website or contact their Visitor Services department.

    Q. Can I visit the New York Hall of Science with young children?
    A. Absolutely! The New York Hall of Science offers exhibits and programs suitable for all ages, including young children. The museum features interactive exhibits, like Preschool Place, specifically designed for children aged six and under. The Science Playground is also popular for families with young children, as it encourages learning through play.

    Please show your pass upon arrival.

    Hours of Operation

    Thursday - Sunday: 10AM - 5PM (last admission 4PM)

    From 13 September 2023: 

    Wednesday - Sunday: 10AM - 5PM (last admission 4PM)

    Closings & Holidays

    August 28 - September 12 (due to US Open)

    Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

    Getting there

    Address

    47-01 111th Street

    Queens

    New York, 11368

    US

    SEA LIFE Aquarium New Jersey

    For more information, visit the SEA LIFE Aquarium New Jersey website.

    SEA LIFE Aquarium New Jersey tickets help
    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

    Getting in: head to the ticket counter for pass validation.

    Hours of Operation

    September – mid-June
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-7PM
    Sunday: 10AM-6PM

    Late-June – August)
    Monday-Thursday:
    10AM-7PM
    Friday-Saturday: 10AM-9PM
    Sunday: 10AM-6PM

    *Last entry is one hour before close

    Getting there

    Address

    American Dream

    1 American Dream Way, Suite A

    East Rutherford, 07073

    US

    LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey

    For more information, visit the LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey website.

    LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

     

    FAQs

    Q: What is LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey?
    A: LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey is an indoor theme park located in the heart of East Rutherford, NJ. It features rides, interactive experiences and displays all centered around the world of LEGO® building blocks.

    Q: What age range can enjoy LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey?
    A: The attractions at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center are designed for children aged 3-10. However, adults will also find plenty to keep them entertained!

    Q: How much do tickets to LEGOLAND® Discovery Center New Jersey cost?
    A: Prices vary depending on the package selected, but generally range from $18 - $28 per person + taxes.

    Q: Are there any discount packages available?
    A: Yes! There are discounted tickets available for groups of 15 or more people and special promotions throughout the year that come with perks such as free admission or discounted rates. You can also book discounted tickets with The New York Pass® so you can enjoy this and 100+ more attractions!

    Q: Does Legoland have educational experiences?
    A: Yes! Legoland offers classes on animation, robotics and engineering aimed at providing children aged 4–12 an opportunity to learn while having fun. There are also themed events throughout the year for those looking for something slightly different.

    Q: Is there a hotel near Legoland?
    A: Yes! Just steps away from the park is a Lego-themed hotel offering a unique overnight stay experience complete with gaming challenges and opportunities to explore nearby attractions when you're not enjoying all that Legoland has to offer during the day!

     

    Getting in: please proceed to the ticket counter for pass validation. No reservations needed.

    Please note: adults must have at least one child in their party to visit LEGOLAND® Discovery Center.

    Hours of Operation

    Monday – Friday: 10AM-5:30PM

    Saturday: 10AM-7PM

    Sunday: 10AM-6:30PM

    Last entry is two hours before close

    Please check the LEGOLAND® website for the most up-to-date opening hours.

    Closings & Holidays

    On occasion LEGOLAND® Discovery Center may close early for special events or extend hours during peak periods. Please check their website for the latest updates.

    Getting there

    Address

    1 American Dream Way, Suite A (Level 1)

    East Rutherford, 07073

    US

    South Street Seaport Museum

    For more information, visit the South Street Seaport Museum website.

    South Street Seaport Museum tickets help

    Ask our help team if you have any questions.

    Getting in: admission is currently free for all, no need to present your pass for admission.

    Hours of Operation

    Saturday and Sunday: 11AM - 5PM

    We recommend checking the attraction website for current hours and closures. 

    Getting there

    Address

    12 Fulton St.

    New York, 10038

    US

    Staten Island Zoo

    Getting in: present your pass upon entry.

    Hours of Operation

    Monday - Sunday: 10AM - 4.45PM

    Getting there

    Address

    614 Broadway

    Staten Island

    New York, 10310

    US

    Surrey Rental on Governors Island

    Hours of Operation

    1 April - 31 October
    Monday - Friday 10:00am-6:00pm
    Saturday - Sunday 10:00am-7:00pm

    Getting there

    Address

    698 Division Rd Brooklyn, 11231 Located on Governor's Island, just a 7-minute ferry ride from Lower Manhattan.

    Surrey rentals are available at the Governors Island rental location near the Liggett Terrace food courts.

    New York, 11231

    US

    MoMA PS1

    Getting in: please present your valid pass for scanning upon arrival.

    Hours of Operation

    Thursday - Monday: 12PM - 6PM
    Saturday: 12PM - 8PM

    Getting there

    Address

    22-25 Jackson Ave

    Queens

    New York, 11101

    US

    LEGOLAND® Discovery Center - Westchester

    For more information visit the Legoland Discovery website.

    LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Westchester tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

    Getting in: proceed to the advanced ticket sales line. Present your pass at the ticket desk for entry. 

    Please note: adults must be accompanied by a child to enter LEGOLAND® Discovery Center at all times. "Adults-only nights" are not included with your pass.

    Tips for visiting Legoland Discovery Center

    Like any popular indoor children's attraction, Legoland Discovery Center has a limit to the number of guests who may visit at any one time. New York school vacation weeks often reach capacity. For the most enjoyable experience, we recommend that you visit later in the afternoon rather than first thing in the morning. Weekdays are also quieter than weekends.

    Hours of Operation

    Sunday – Thursday: 10AM – 7PM (last entry 5PM).
    Friday – Saturday:  10AM – 9PM (last entry 7PM).

     

    Getting there

    Address

    39 Fitzgerald St Yonkers,

    New York, 10710

    US

    Queens-Flushing Meadows International Food Excursion

    For more information please see the Food on Foot Tours website.

    Please note: a MetroCard is needed for this excursion. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in and get your pass scanned. 

    Hours of Operation

    Excursions run on Saturdays from May – mid-August. 
    Please check the Food on foot tours website for exact times.

    Reservations required

    Book online on the Food on Foot Tours website: pick the tour you want to go on, select your desired date then fill out the details. Select that you are using a pass, then pick the New York Pass option, use promo code NYPQFME and enter your pass number(s) to complete your booking. 

    Website

    https://foodonfoottours.com/queens-flushing-meadow-international-food-excursion-qfme/

    Getting there

    Address

    Meeting point: outside Grand Central Terminal

    E.42nd Street (under the overpass)

    New York, 10017

    US

    Staten Island Museum

    Please show your pass upon arrival. 

    Hours of Operation

    Friday – Sunday: 11AM - 5PM. Last entry is at 4:45PM.

    Closings & Holidays

    This attraction is clsoed until Janurary 26, 2024. 

    Getting there

    Address

    1000 Richmond Terrace, Building A

    Staten Island

    New York, 10301

    US

    Spirits on Foot: Beer, Spirits & Wine Crawls

    The tour takes place in Midtown nearby the Empire State Building

    No subway fare or subway use is required on this tour

    For more information, please visit the Food on Foot Tour website. 

    Spirits On Foot - Beer, Spirits & Wine Crawl Tour tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

    Getting in: please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in and provide your pass for scanning. 

    Please note: all participants must be 21+ and present a valid, government-issued ID. Drinks and gratuities are not included. You are also entitled to one Food on Foot Tour and one Queens-Flushing Meadows International Food Excursion with your pass.

     

    Hours of Operation

    Tours are seasonal, operating the week between Christmas and New Year's and then resume an ongoing schedule in March. Passholders should visit https://foodonfoottours.com/to view the most up-to-date schedule and reserve their tour

    Days and hours vary. Please visit www.foodonfoottours.com for more information.

     

     

    Getting there

    Address

    Meeting location will be provided upon booking

    New York, 10019

    US

    Staten Island Children's Museum

    Please show your pass upon arrival.

    Hours of Operation

    Thursday: 10AM-1PM
    Saturday and Sunday: 10AM-1PM and 2PM-5PM

    The museum is also open during many school holidays. Please check the official website for the latest schedule.

    Getting there

    Address

    1000 Richmond Terrace

    Staten Island

    New York, 10301

    US

    Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden

    Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden tickets help
    Ask our help team if you have any questions.

    Getting in: please show your pass when you arrive to get into the ticketed parts of the site. 

    Hours of Operation

    Different parts of the site have different opening times so please check the Snug Harbour website for the most accurate hours of operation. 

    Getting there

    Address

    1000 Richmond Terrace, Building H

    Staten Island

    New York, 10301

    US

    The Paley Center for Media

    Getting in: simply show your pass on arrival. 

    Hours of Operation

    Wednesday – Sunday: 12PM-6PM

    Closings & Holidays

    Monday and Tuesday.

    Getting there

    Address

    25 West 52nd Street

    (between 5th/6th Avenues)

    New York, 10019

    US

    Clipper City Tall Ship: Daytime Sail or City Lights Sail

    For more information, visit the Clipper City Tall Ship website.

    Clipper City Tall Ship - Daytime Statue Sail tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

    FAQs

    Q. Is the Clipper City Tall Ship a replica of an actual historical ship?
    A. No, the Clipper City Tall Ship is a modern, custom-built vessel designed in the style of traditional clipper ships, offering an authentic sailing experience.

    Q. Can I get a close-up view of the Statue of Liberty during the cruise?
    A. Absolutely! The Statue of Liberty Cruise offers an up-close and unobstructed view of the iconic statue, allowing you to capture memorable photos and appreciate its grandeur.

    Q. Are there any restrictions on bringing food or drinks onboard?
    A. We kindly request that you refrain from bringing outside food or beverages on the Clipper City Tall Ship, as they have a fully stocked bar and offer delicious snacks for purchase during the cruise.

    Q. Will there be a guide or narrator providing information during the cruise?
    A. Yes, knowledgeable crew members will provide informative commentary about the sights you'll encounter along the way, including historical tidbits and interesting facts about the Statue of Liberty and the surrounding landmarks.

    Q. Is the cruise suitable for children and families?
    A. Absolutely! The Clipper City Tall Ship – Statue of Liberty Cruise is a family-friendly experience that both children and adults can enjoy, offering a unique opportunity to learn about New York City's history while sailing on a magnificent vessel.

    Q. Is the Clipper City Tall Ship accessible for individuals with mobility restrictions?
    A. While they strive to accommodate all guests, please note that the Clipper City Tall Ship has limited accessibility for individuals with mobility restrictions, as there may be stairs and uneven surfaces on the ship. We recommend contacting their customer service for further assistance.

    Getting in: please arrive 30 minutes prior to sail and present your pass to the dockside agent at Pier 17, 89 South Street (just south of Brooklyn Bridge).

    Please note: additional sailings are available for 50% off using code UPGRADE18 (excludes Lobster & Beer and Brunch sails).

    Hours of Operation

    Sails operate seasonally from May through October. Please check Manhattan By Sail’s website for the most up-to-date operating schedule.

    Reservations required

    Reservations must be made online and a credit card pre-authorization is required to guarantee your reservation. Your card will not be charged if valid pass(es) are presented upon scheduled check-in. Reservations cannot be made by phone.

     

    Website

    https://www.manhattanbysail.com/book-with-a-pass/

    Getting there

    Address

    89 South Street

    New York, 10038

    US

    Holiday Markets & Lights Tour

    Please contact Inside Out Tours for more information.

    Holiday Markets & Christmas Lights Walking Tour tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions. 

    Getting in: please arrive at least 15 minutes before tour departure at the tour meeting place. Please present your pass to the tour guide for admission. Tours have limited capacity, so book in advance for the most availability. Your pass must be valid on the day of the tour.

     

    Hours of Operation

    Schedule varies by season and is subject to change. Please check hours and availability when booking your tour online.

    December 1 - 23

    • English: Friday - Sunday: 3 PM 
    • Spanish: Wednesday - Sunday: 2:30 PM 
    • French: Friday & Saturday: 3:30PM 

    Reservations required

    Tours have limited capacity, so book in advance for the most availability.

    Visit the official website and select the NY Holiday Markets & Christmas Lights Walking Tour. Then click on 'BOOK NOW'. Select the date and time of your desired tour. Once you have selected a date and time, you will fill in your name and pass number. Pass numbers are located near the QR code on your pass.

     If you have questions or difficulty booking a tour, please email sales@insideouttours.com

     

    Website

    https://insideouttours.com/book-with-pass/

    Getting there

    Address

    10 Columbus Circle

    New York, NY 10019

    New York, 10019

    US

    Christmas Lights Walking Tour of Brooklyn

    For more information visit the Brooklyn Unplugged Tours website.

    Getting in: meet your guide outside Gigi's Bakery and present your pass and booking information.

    Hours of Operation

    Daily at 5PM or 7.30PM

    (December 1 - 30)

    Reservations required

    Reserve your tour in advance online by following this link and selecting New York Pass.

    A credit card is required to reserve your spot, however, you will only be charged if you fail to show up for the tour.

    Website

    http://www.brooklynunpluggedtours.com/christmas-lights-tour-brooklyn-dyker-heights

    Getting there

    Address

    Meeting point: in front of Gigi's Bakery

    8626 4th Avenue

    Brooklyn, 11209

    US

    Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    Getting in: show your pass to gain admission.

    FAQs

    Q. Where is the Brooklyn Botanic Garden located?
    A. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is located in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, nestled between Eastern Parkway and Flatbush Avenue.

    Q. What kind of attractions can be found within the Brooklyn Botanic Garden?
    A. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden features multiple gardens covering a variety of themes including the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden, Children's Garden, and South African Bulb Display among many others boasting rare plants and shrubs from around the world! In addition to the garden spaces, the complex also includes educational facilities such as library collections and exhibition spaces focused on furthering knowledge about plants and their ecology as well as a flagship specialty shop for botanically themed goods!

    Q. What events does the Brooklyn Botanic Garden host?
    A. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden regularly hosts an array of events ranging from art installations to musical performances celebrating nature’s beauty throughout the year. Specialty programs like ‘Garden in Shape’ offer hands-on classes while other interactive experiences such as ‘Shakespeare in Bloom’ allows visitors to explore literature through gardening. Additionally, popular seasonal events like cherry blossom viewing parties bring crowds every spring!

    Q. Are there any special admission discounts available for visitors?
    A. Yes! Visitors can take advantage of discounted rates offered by local corporations or community organizations such as senior citizens groups, families with young children, or students with valid ID cards provided they visit during regular operating hours (Tues–Fri). Discounted admission tickets may also be purchased from The New York Pass®

    Q. Is food available within the grounds of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden?
    A. Yes! The Terrace Café offers light refreshments made fresh daily including salads, sandwiches and hot beverages while outdoor kiosks provide quick snacks like ice cream bars and pretzels when visiting during warmer months!

    Q. Is photography allowed at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden?
    A. Yes! Photography is allowed on the grounds with no permit needed although flash photography is not permitted inside indoor conservatories or greenhouses and tripods are not allowed due to safety standards guidelines set forth by the BBG staff during operating hours (Mon-Sun).

     

    Hours of Operation

    Opening Times

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday: 10AM-6PM

    Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 10AM-8.30PM

    Getting there

    Address

    900 Washington Avenue

    Brooklyn

    New York, 11225

    US

    Golden Mile: Fifth Avenue Guided Tour in NYC

    Getting in

    Meet your guide outside of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel at 50 Central Park S, New York, NY 10019. The guide
    will check your reservation and scan your pass.

    Hours of Operation

    Friday and Saturday: 10AM

    Reservations required

    Book your spot on the tour via this booking link.

    If you can no longer make your reservation, please cancel with 24 hour's notice.

    Website

    https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/amigotoursusa/items/?flow=1104903&language=en-us&asn=gocity-us&asn-ref=Gocity-asn&sheet-uuid=13c7eee2-655b-4a50-8e4f-9e147c441e8a&full-items=yes&ref=Gocity-asn

    Getting there

    Address

    50 Central Park South

    New York, 10019

    United States

    Solve The Murder by The Empire State Building

    For more information please see the Solve a Mystery website.

    Picking up your pack

    Head to the Reach Fast Shipping Center, get your pass scanned and you'll recieve your mystery solving pack. 

    Address: Reach Fast Shipping Center, 35 W 31ST, Store 1, NEW YORK 10001

    Hours of Operation

    Monday - Friday: 9AM - 7PM
    Saturday: 10AM - 6PM

    Closings & Holidays

    Sundays and Public Holidays

    Getting there

    Address

    Reach Fast Shipping Center.

    35 W 31ST, Store 1

    NEW YORK, 10001

    United States Of America

    NYC Boroughs: Brooklyn, The Bronx, Harlem, Queens and Coney Island

    For more information, head to the official website

    If you're unable to make your tour, please cancel at least 24 hours before.

    Getting in: once you've booked your spot on the tour, meet your guide outside the Grand Hyatt NY Hotel, next to Grand Central Station, where you'll board the bus. Keep your pass and your reservation details handy!

    Hours of Operation

    From April 1 to December 31

    Daily: 8:30AM

    Reservations required

    Follow this link to make your booking and reserve a spot on the tour. Remember to have your pass details handy.

    Website

    https://fareharbor.com/embeds/book/amigotoursusa/items/?flow=1104903&language=en-us&asn=gocity-us&asn-ref=Gocity-asn&sheet-uuid=13c7eee2-655b-4a50-8e4f-9e147c441e8a&full-items=yes&ref=Gocity-asn

    Getting there

    Address

    109 E 42nd St

    New York, 10170

    Masters of the Camera

      Masters of the Camera NYC Rooftop Photoshoot help

      Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

      Meeting point: in front/street level of the ASICS Runner’s Store at 420 West 14th Street. You will be met by staff and brought up to the rooftop for your photoshoot.

      Note:

      • Your session includes 5 minutes of photo-taking with the World Trade Center as your backdrop. If you wish to extend to allow for additional portrait-style photos in the rooftop studio, you may request extra time for an additional fee when reserving your session
      • Poor weather days will be rescheduled if needed and you will be notified that morning or the night before
      • Cancellations and rescheduling requests must be made within seven full days of your shoot
      • If you have any existing or pre-existing medical conditions that would inhibit you from participating in this activity, we would advise you do not participate. This activity involves walking up 15 steps to a rooftop as well as descending 15 steps. Please do not partake in this activity if it will exacerbate your medical condition in any way

      Hours of Operation

      Sunday: 3PM - 6PM
      Monday: 2:30PM - 6PM
      Tuesday: 2:30PM - 6PM

      This is a 5-minute photoshoot. Total time: approximately 30 minutes.

      Reservations required

      Please send a text with your requested day/time of photoshoot to 347-225-7779. You may also email MastersoftheCamera@gmail.com. Make sure you give your mobile phone number so a booking agent can call you back, along with your full name, pass number and the day/time you are requesting your photoshoot. You will receive a response within 24 hours. 

      A credit card is needed to guarantee your arrival. If you fail to show up for your photoshoot, your credit card will be charged $39 per person.

      Phone

      347-225-7779

      Getting there

      Address

      420 West 14th Street

      New York, 10014

      US

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